Rona Ambrose is feeling the heat after backing a failed private member's bill that could have reopened the abortion debate.
Conservative MP Steven Woodworth's pro-life bill would have called on Parliament to study the definition of a human being.
The bill was defeated by a vote of 203 to 91.
NDP critic Niki Ashton says she's shocked that Ambrose, as Status of Women Minister, could support a bill aimed to roll back a woman's right to choose.
I know that only women are allowed to have opinions about women -- which, mirabile dictu! -- are always 100% in sync with one Thomasina Mulcair's -- so you'd think the NDP would have sent an actual, you know, woman out to righteously criticize that whore Rona Ambrose.
Instead this Niki Ashton contraption shows up.
I don't claim to know everything about women. But it so happens that I am blessed with a near-infallible woman detector that is . . . well, let us just say that it lies, so to speak, in the regions of which we shall not speak, "Down There."
And not only did it fail to firrmly respond to the "Niki Ashton" creature, it actually retreated deep into my abdomen, where it remains curled up and shivering, making sad whimpering noises. It won't even venture out to play with its favorite Viagra chew-toy.
This has happened only once before, when it was confronted by that swamp-monster thing, "Libby Davies."