For the supposed law and order party, the Conservatives sure make a habit of choosing which laws really count, and which should be ignored. Yesterday, it was Conservative MP Larry Miller saying law enforcement authorities should just ignore certain gun control laws. Today, fellow Conservative MP Maurice Vellacott got in on the act with another law he doesn't like, and therefore doesn't count.
"The Court has hereby belittled religious faith by writing it off as something 'you do in your head or on weekends' without it impacting all of a person’s life," Conservative MP Maurice Vellacott wrote to the province’s Justice Minister Don Morgan Tuesday.
"It’s a serious misunderstanding of Christian faith or any faith for that matter," Vellacott told QMI Agency in an interview.
"The inference here (is) you can hold these beliefs and freedom to worship just long as it doesn't affect your life or how you live out your life. And that obviously is a serious problem," he said. "It sets up a hierarchy of rights saying these same-sex rights are more important than freedom of conscience and religion."
Pro-life feminists have also come to see abortion as part of a male agenda to have women more sexually available.Anyway, stay tuned for future editions of Laws the Law and Order Conservatives Think Don't Count, and Should be Ignored.