Conservatives know everything there is to know, because they are 'principle-based.' Anyone who goes outside the principle is allowed to die to preserve the righteousness of the principle that legislators know everything. Legislators aren't held accountable for the deaths they cause.
"Lawmakers in the Republic of Ireland have voted to legalise abortion under certain conditions for the first time.
The move, approved by a 127-31 vote in the lower house (Dáil), would authorise a termination when doctors deem that a woman is at risk of taking her life. It needs upper house endorsement, too.
The vote follows the case of an Indian woman who died in hospital after she was refused an abortion.
Those who support access to abortion say the bill ignores the fact that, on average, 11 women leave the country every day for an abortion in Britain.
Since a Supreme Court ruling in 1992, known as the X case, abortion has been constitutionally available when a woman's life, as distinct from her health, is at risk from the continued pregnancy.
But in the intervening years, until now, no government has introduced legislation to give doctors legal certainty on when an abortion can be carried out.
And that uncertainty provided part of the context for the Savita Halappanavar case.
She was a 31-year-old Indian dentist who was admitted to hospital in Galway in October 2012 while miscarrying.
She died a week later from septicaemia.
Her request for an abortion was turned down.
Her inquest heard that she could not get a termination at the time because her life was not in danger but, by the time her life was at risk, an abortion would have been too late to save her."