By Tom Quiner
I like Chris Christie, but I don’t like his take on the pro life movement.
Here is what the New York Times reported on the governor’s remarks in New Hampshire on the subject:
“[Gov. Christie], who has in large party staked the future of his campaign on New Hampshire, also stressed the importance of bipartisanship in government. The state has a sizable bloc of moderate Republicans, as well as a large and unpredictable group of independent voters who are allowed to vote in Republican primaries.
Defending his opposition to funding Planned Parenthood, Mr. Christie criticized some Republicans for having been ‘extraordinarily divisive’ on the issue of abortion. Should he be elected president, Mr. Christie said, he would reach out to Democrats in Congress to try and get big things done.”
Bad form, Mr. Christie, in calling advocates for human dignity “divisive.”