I didn't say he was perfect, just that he was right in this particular instance. You have to look at an issue like abortion from a "least harm/most good" perspective. Whichever candidate is going to do the least harm and the most good vis a vis abortion is the one who should win. Unfortunately, there are alarmingly few fully pro-life politicians out there - they are massively outnumbered by the fully pro-abortion politicians (aka 95% of Democrats). So if the best we can do is someone who draws a line between mother's life and rape exceptions, that's the best we can do. And it's still better than someone who draws that line between fully out of the birth canal and half the head still in it.