SCOTT PELLEY: When Governor Romney accepts the Republican nomination, scheduled on Thursday, it will be a moment that he has been striving for six years, since he started running in 2007. Some Republicans wonder whether Romney is too moderate for the increasingly conservative party. We talked to Romney about that during a campaign stop in Michigan. We started with the party’s new platform and how it deals with abortion.
PELLEY (from pre-recorded interview): The platform does not allow for exceptions on abortion with regard to the health of the mother or rape or incest. Is that where you are?
MITT ROMNEY: No. My position has been clear throughout this campaign. I’m in favor of abortion being legal in the case of rape and incest and the health and life of the mother. But recognize, this is the decision that will be made by the Supreme Court. The Democrats try and make this a political issue every four years, but this is a matter in the courts….
CBS Interview of Mitt and Ann Romney who admit they are the first Pro-Abortion Presidential Candidate for the Republican Party. They are arrogantly even saying they do not believe in the RNC Pro-Life Platform. How utterly evil. They “sugar-coat” evil.
I feel sick to my stomach every time I hear Mitt and Ann Romney sugar-coat their Abortion views.
I Vote Pro-Life. I will vote for Ron Paul