Monday, April 20, 2015

PEI Businesswoman Wants Candidates to Talk About Abortion

Suddenly I have an urge to run in the PEI provincial election.

Chelsea Ling, owner of the nail salon and boutique Papercakes Pretty in Charlottetown, has posted a sign warning politicians "Don't bother knocking" if they aren't prepared to discuss the issue.


"I don't care what people think, I just want people to talk about it," she said.


"Everyone's welcome. And it's not like if they come and have different opinions that we wouldn't welcome them. We would welcome them to talk with us or sit with us."

This would be a golden opportunity to make people aware of what a fetus is, and what abortion does to him.