Will “I’m more pro-life than Mitt Romney” be good enough for social conservatives?
Paul is trying to appeal to anti-choice voters to revive his flagging campaign.
While one can argue this conclusion of mine around the margins; for instance, that maybe the President can win in Colorado, and some other smaller states, and, thereby, say, make up for a loss in Ohio or New Jersey, the fact remains that since its winner takes all in the Electoral College, the President’s first task is to win the big states, just those states where Jewish women predominate.
The Kansas governor and anti-choice stalwart announced his endorsement of Texas Governor Rick Perry for President.
Tonight, the Republicans attend the Tea Party debate. Yet they still won’t discuss forcing women to give birth.
Apparently, parents should retain the right to expose their daughters to cancer.
At the South Carolina forum Monday, all presidential candidates were asked to weigh in on a federal ban on abortion.