Mitt Romney’s adamant pro-choice position

By Tom Quiner



Today, Mitt Romney says he is pro-life.

In earlier campaigns this decade, me maintained he was adamantly pro-choice. See the videos above.

In the early 90s, it is suggested that he was pro-life.

We’re left with the impression that he didn’t just flip-flop on the issue, he flip-flop-flipped.

There is one issue on which he has been consistent: Massachusetts’ health care legislation, the model on which Obamacare is based. Although Mr. Romney has correctly stated that one size doesn’t fit all, and that the federal government shouldn’t impose this system on the entire country, his belief in a big government solution is the antithesis of conservative thinking.

What are Mr. Romney’s convictions other than an intense ambition to be president?

I’d vote for him over President Obama, but I won’t vote for him in the Iowa caucuses.



  1. Monte B. Gray on October 22, 2011 at 7:58 am

    Perhaps you should give more attention to Ron Paul. In the recent debates I felt he was the only candidate really willing to talk about what we need to do to decrease the deficit. Such as eliminating excess bases, reducing the size of our military which is much larger than we need, facing up to the fact that we can no longer be a military empire, and to eliminate subsidies to Isreal.. An ally that continues to expand into territory it has no right to, and not being interested in negotiating. He was talking good common sense, that I doubt many will want to listen to.

  2. quinersdiner on October 22, 2011 at 8:51 am

    Although this post was about abortion, I’m not sure to what you refer with the other candidates when it comes the deficit. Every single one of them has talked about the necessity of reducing spending. They each have different plans on how to accomplish that, but the same goal. It’s safe to say their ideas will work much better than President Obama’s, for whom you voted, whom raised government spending to unprecedented levels. We can at least agree on that.