Look, I don't mind that Nadine Dorries is anti-abortion. That's fine, completely understandable, and perfectly acceptable that she should have this view, and make her deeply held beliefs part of her politics.
That's fine. Imagine we're on Bullseye and her deeply held beliefs are the money won for Eric Bristow in the 'throwing for charity' round. "Your money for the hospice, now that's safe," Jim Bowen would say, explaining the impending gamble of Scalextric/tumble dryer for speedboat 'hiding behind Bully'. So the deeply held beliefs about abortion bit, that's safe. That's not something that I'm going to quibble with here. So the deeply held beliefs on abortion, that's fine.
It's the lying bit that's a bit wrong. It's the fact that she's lied again, and again, and again, and again, to try and misrepresent the facts about abortion. Indeed, if I were an anti-abortion I would be positively out of my mind about the lies, lies, lies, lies and damned lies that she has spun in the name of debate.
For no-one has done more to discredit the anti-abortion movement than Dorries. No-one has done more to destroy its integrity. She is an utter disgrace to that movement, those people and to the Conservative Party, as well as to blogging and politics in general. Iain Dale, inventor of the internet don't you know, doesn't come out of all this very well either. But then he's a big fan of 'different kinds of rape' pig John Redwood, so why does anyone expect any different?