She claimed that women in Northern Ireland were UK taxpayers, yet didn't have the full right of services with regard to free abortion on the NHS.
The same could be said about the fact that people in England and Wales are UK taxpayers, yet unlike the Scottish, they don't have the full right of services, with regard to free education at Universities.
Which is all very well and good, except all of that overlooks the fact that with their brainwave of 'devolution', these decisions for the provision of services are all made at a 'local' level.
It's actually a regrettable and backward, federal system process, whereby we all lose the national standards historically set in place which are then subsequently supplanted by regional variations and standards in public services.
It inevitably leads to the recognized position of services becoming, quite literally, a 'postcode lottery'.
The clue is in the very name, NHS.
National, being the operative word.
National funding, national standards and national access.
But apparently everyone now refers to the preposterous phrase, NHS England; which of course intimates that they do not have control over the rest of the UK.
It's the same as the equally preposterously sounding phrase, 'Police Scotland'.
Before long we'll have 'local' time again, like we used to in Victorian times.
Talk about backward.
However, since these liberal dimwits implemented this brainwave of 'devolution', under the auspicious of 'local' control, Irish people have utilized that decision making control ability and obviously decided what their local rights and services should be.
They were then implemented, under the powers subsequently devolved to them.
And just as that is to have free access to University education under law in Scotland, abortion is apparently illegal in Northern Ireland.
In the same way that people in England, wales and Scotland have to accept and put up with 'local' decisions and despite being UK taxpayers, do not enjoy equal rights under this mad-house approach to the provision of services, why should it be any different for the Irish?
In the same way that if we lived in Scotland we'd get free education, if they lived in England, they'd get free abortion.
But, as they choose to live there, then surely logic dictates that they must have contributed to, or at least influenced those 'local' decisions.
We just have to wait and see if she will now challenge all the other inequities in this Federalist system, which no one asked for or indeed, wants.
If she does, the next private members bill should be for free education for all, swiftly followed by one for free prescriptions for all.