When asked what the group will do should Romney win, Richards replied, "Well, we'll fight for the patients who we take care
There seems to be confusion about whether a Romney administration would run, not walk, to sharply limit women's reproductive choices.
The campaign did, however, go after Obama during the controversy over whether religiously affiliated groups should be required
The group is also going after Hispanic voters in six battleground states with anti-abortion phone messages from Hispanic
In the next few days, hundreds of thousands of my fellow Catholics will vote for Mitt Romney with the belief that he is a pro-life leader who will work to end abortion. Nothing could be further from the truth.
It is no one's business what reason a woman chooses to have an abortion, no woman should be defined by having one, or have her character called into question because she has had one, and under no circumstances, should she ever be asked why she had one.
One anti-abortion rights activist said while Romney hasn't promised to revoke Obama's executive order, it's definitely what
I don't want a single other woman to have to endure what I went through -- both physically and emotionally. My story is only one of so many/too many of those days when abortion was illegal, and women lost their lives and their fertility. Let this not happen to our country again.
But in the last month, Romney has softened his tone on abortion as part of his move to the middle in the final stage of the
WASHINGTON - Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) said on Sunday that the issue of abortion will not play a role in the elections next