Friday, July 6, 2007

Romney Clarifies Position on Abortion, Again

Presidential candidate Mitt Romney, while campaigning in Iowa, again clarified his position on abortion to say that he was not against it in the case where the mother's life was in danger and in cases of rape and incest.

Romney has become a target for his 'flip-flopping' on issues such as abortion. While taking a pro-choice stance as he ran for Senate in the 1990s and Governor of Massachusetts, Romney later retracted his postion, saying he had a change of heart and no longer supported the pro-choice stance.

How will his latest statements impact the presidential race?

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1 comment:

Lauren said...

Romney's clarification of his position on abortion is going to make voters even more wary of him than they perhaps already are. He has continuously changed his position on key issues so no one can really trust him or gage where he'll stand on issues like abortion and stem-cell research next November.