Sunday, September 16, 2012

And your final answer is....

Talking about every ones favorite issue...abortion!

Romney insists his position is clear, which is news to everybody.  - Jason Linkins, The Huffington Post  (read!!!! And watch the video too!)

The issue of abortion, simple enough, right?   "I am pro-life and believe that abortion should be limited to only instances of rape, incest, or to save the life of the mother" is Mitt Romney stance. It discusses how the verbiage of his stance has changed time to time and really can't seem to make up his mind. Discussing Romney, Paul Ryan and Todd Akin, he divulges thoughts from the candidate and company that could potentially harm women's health.
Mitt Romney has been flip floping this issue for quite some time now. Going back and forth on whether or not his interest lies with the health of the women, or the health of the unborn, undeveloped child. In this article you can find information dating back to 2007 discussing Romney's issues on abortion.
My question is, is the health of women, and the care of that child after it were to be born one of Romney's main concerns? Since the words 'health of women' was added to his statement after already having have made it, I'm going to assume no. Romney has declared himself a supporter of  The Human Life Amendment, which has clearly stated that it will protect the life of an unborn child, which would then over turn the Roe vs. Wade decision.
So Romney, you do, you don't, or you kind of stand by the Republican stance on abortion? Because I think we would all like to final answer soon enough.


  1. "...I've been very clear on that. I will preserve and protect a woman's right to choose." --Mitt Romney (Romney on Abortion 2002)

    "No, I'm saying I changed my mind and you can look at my record as governor and uh you can see in my record as governor that I have consistently been pro-life." --Mitt Romney 2008 (Mitt Romney Flip Flops)

    I don't think it matters where Mitt will stand when it comes to abortion for this election. Why, you ask? Because I'm certain he'll be changing his answer very, very soon! I honestly think I find this ambiguity more frustrating than if he were to have taken a stubborn, ignorant, and yet consistent pro-life stance. These videos are pure gold, nice finds!

  2. I've seen the second video before and I still can't believe it. He's campaigning to be the President of the United States and he is constantly flipping between where he stands on the issues. It's just interesting that people still stand behind him when it seems like he doesn't know where he stands.

  3. That was definitly a big factor in his campaign and in the end it showed how unprofessional it was when he lost.

  4. I don't know how someone can just flip flop sides like Mitt did. It's like you a strong believer in one or the other. Especially when your out there talking to the public.