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Surprising: Ann Romney would be first Pro-Life First Lady since Roe v. Wade

Pennsylvania Voter Wrote: Oct 22, 2012 12:19 PM
Its about time that the majority opinion be represented in the Whitehouse, all of you lefty women with the unnatural inclination to advocate the murder of the unborn should be ashamed. Society should not continue to put up with your perverted lifestyles and the related insanity.
Illbay Wrote: Oct 22, 2012 1:23 PM
What is "the majority opinion?" I wonder if it aligns with yours.

The majority of people are NOT absolutist on the issue of abortion. They do agree there are limited situations where it might be warranted.

Something tells me if you're a pro-life "purist" you don't agree with that.
Brent150 Wrote: Oct 22, 2012 1:42 PM
Let's start with making sure Public funding of Abortive Procedures in ended. With the exceptions of the extremists who think every woman should abort at least one of her children, Even the pro-choice crowd recognizes the Government should not subsidize the practice.
That's the battle right now, try to keep up.
Pennsylvania Voter Wrote: Oct 22, 2012 1:58 PM
Something tells me that you would not agree with anything pure.
Last week, Ann Romney proudly told the ladies of The View she is pro-life. What some may not know, is that she would be the first First Lady in the White House to defend the life of the unborn since the 1973 court decision of Roe v. Wade made abortion legal.

Pat Nixon declared herself pro-choice after the 1973 court case Roe v. Wade, making her the first First Lady to do so. Prior to the court decision, her views on abortion were a bit more mixed. In 1972 she stated, “I'm really not for abortion. I think...