We already knew Mitt Romney pushed the Mormon church’s views on abortion when he was a bishop. Now we learn he may have been anti-single mother, too.
Michelle Obama is no “angry black woman.” But she could be this generation’s Eleanor Roosevelt, and an angry black woman who is just as angry as her angry white, brown, yellow and red sisters because America still has hungry and homeless people; because America has too many people who want to work, but who can’t find jobs; and because America these days works for only a few of its citizens when it’s supposed to work “…for all.”
The battle to win Florida gets even hotter as abortion becomes a key issue for the two candidates.
Mitt Romney isn’t quite sure where he stands on anything right now.
It’s hard to imagine them moving further to the right, but for Romney it may be necessary.
Mitt Romney’s abortion stance is more about what polls well for office at the time than anything else, a new book reveals.
Does Rick Santorum really think he has a shot at the nomination? Because this softening in his stance screams “general election positioning” to me.
The Congressman releases a “pro-life” ad to boost him among evangelicals.
He’s positioned himself as a moderate Republican candidate, but not so much when it comes to abortion.
FactCheck.org does an extensive list of denials regarding the presidential candidate’s position shifts, but admits the accusation of flipping on choice is spot on.