Fianna Fáil have a political decision to make, one which I think will end up shaping their message and target vote in the next general election.
Do they firmly oppose abortion legislation in an attempt to draw some social conservative support?
Do they try to stay out of the fray and avoid the debate as best they can?
Or do they try and prevent Labour and Sinn Féin from taking moderate/liberal support?
I like to think through longer term strategy, but this is a tough one. What strategy do you think they should follow?