Both halves secretly support infanticide, neither half wants to publicly own up to it.
Arizona Sen. John McCain’s presidential campaign issued a stinging attack on GOP presidential rival Mitt Romney’s stance on abortion Wednesday.
McCain’s camp claimed a new YouTube video indicates the former Massachusetts governor supported maintaining abortion rights in his state six months after he opposed such rights.
Romney has said he started opposing abortion rights in November 2004 while he was governor of Massachusetts after a conversation with a stem-cell researcher made him feel the value of human life had been diminished.
That’s the stupidest thing I’ve ever heard. Does he really expect us to believe he’s become a pro-life candidate while he was governor of Massachusetts? I mean, I can understand how overexposure to scientists could make you see their reckless disregard for decency and human life, but any man who seeks the governorship of a state like Massachusetts is already corrupted to the core. He was far, far beyond conversion through a single chit-chat with a simple murderous scientist.
As for McCain, he’s had 25 years in the Senate to do something about abortion. Yet, infanticide remains the law of the land, in Arizona as much as anywhere else. I could understand it a little better if he’d only had, say, 10 or 15 years. But 25 years is a ridiculous amount of time to let this problem continue on your watch. The least he could do is try to keep it out of his own state, yet despite some empty gestures and some meaningless speeches and some random gesticulations, I’d be hard-pressed to see what, if any, contribution McCain has ever made to the pro-life movement.
The bad news for these two is, they have no hope of winning the GOP nomination. The good news is, with their credentials they could easily switch parties and wrest the Democrat nomination from Billary or Osama. Switching parties should be easy for them- they’re 60% of the way into the Democrat camp already!