The presidential campaign has diverted from Bain for a bit to note Romney’s lack of support for women’s reproductive rights.
In an attempt to invoke “1984” the “women’s” political group seems to claim real choice is having no choice at all.
I wonder what took so long? Fischer touted her “100% pro-life” record and desire to “repeal Obamacare” in her introductory television ad.
A million dollars can go a long way in defeating pro-choice candidates.
Oh hey! Looks like the anti-choice folks found a new way to come up with their own set of “facts”!
What does it take to find a female candidate the SBA List will be willing to endorse? It turns out it helps if she knows little about policies affecting women.
I hope she at least got a good photo op out of the deal.
Dannenfelser explains to the Washington Post how, by calling it all “abortion providing” they’ve managed to get lawmakers to turn on family planning funding.
Despite his refusal to take their pledge, the SBA announces they will endorse Romney because he’s going to be the nominee anyway.
While a reversal of the decision is welcome, it also raises further questions. Komen denied yesterday that the de-funding had anything to do with investigations, even though their original memo said just that. Instead they claimed that the decision was based on “new metrics” and the desire to do “direct service” grants. Now, however, they are back to the “investigations” reason. And, Planned Parenthood can “apply” for future grants but who knows what that means now?