The presidential candidate says he would like to see abortion laws returned to the state, but will that be enough to assuage anti-choice extremists?
Just how in jeopardy must a woman’s life be before Romney says an abortion is ok?
The only thing clear about Romney’s position on abortion is that it’s different depending on the group to which he is pandering.
Local TV news stations in Colorado, a swing state, are fact checking many of the political ads inundating the airwaves. Two local stations in Denver were mostly right in their recent analyses of ads attacking Mitt Romney’s position on a women’s right to choose.
In explaining why he opposes allowing pregnant rape victims to have abortions, the New York Congressman also said he’d be all for jailing doctors.
Let’s be very clear that the Republican Party Platform endorses no abortion for any woman for any reason. And that this was not just the ignorant opinion of an isolated individual. This is part of the campaign of misinformation that the far Right Wing has been waging since at least the time of Reagan.
Allowing exceptions to abortion bans may be leading anti-choice activists to rethink their presidential support.
CBS Evening News anchor Scott Pelley let Mitt Romney off the hook over lingering questions about his position on abortion in cases of rape.
Well, we knew God was going to be responsible for the storm somehow.
As far as the presidential nominee is concerned, abortion is not an issue.