In September 2012, 86 of 163 Conservative MPs voted in favour of Motion 312 put forward by MP Stephen Woodworth, which is 53% of the Conservative caucus. This is a significant number of parliamentarians who share your views and thus the abortion debate is no longer a fringe or extremist topic. You must be allowed to debate these issues publicly and in the House of Commons. You were elected by your constituents to represent them, and the stifling of debate prohibits you from fulfilling your democratic functions.
Although you joined the party because you agree with the majority of its policies and its direction, you also joined to shape the party. The process by which the Conservative Party of Canada evolves must be a transparent one, open to all of its members, and especially all of its representatives in the House of Commons. The party must not be able to control members' statements.
What is the purpose in having the power to create motions if they are not allowed to continue for debate? Much hard work has been put into your ideas and put into these motions, they must be given a fair trial. I should hope that you were chosen to represent the Conservative Party of Canada not only because they needed another body in parliament to help them win the election, but because they believed you personally had something meaningful to contribute.
For these reasons, I implore you to work together as backbench MPs to demand the recognition you deserve from the Conservative Party.