romney-abortion

There seems to be confusion about whether a Romney administration would run, not walk, to sharply limit women's reproductive choices.
One anti-abortion rights activist said while Romney hasn't promised to revoke Obama's executive order, it's definitely what
We've all been on those dates where you find out that you're sleeping with the enemy. However, this is election season, and things are different if their "little quirk" is a Romney-Ryan bumper sticker. You need to stop paying attention to dat ass and pay attention to dat electoral map.
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
"This campaign is growing. The momentum is building. We're taking back America," Romney told 12,000 supporters in Ohio late
Romney's dangerous agenda, whatever it is, would last for four years. His right-wing Supreme Court could last for forty years. That's a scary thought for anyone who cares about the rights of women.
Romney also wrote in a National Review op-ed in June 2011 that he would support a "Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act
Women have a lot to lose if Mitt Romney is elected but you'd never know it by listening to him talk to undecided voters.
If President Obama wants to win back all the single ladies, he must expose the limitations of Romney's concern for unmarried women in America.
During a campaign event in La Crosse, Wis., Biden said the one thing that Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan