Thursday, October 11, 2012

Romney reaffirms pro-life position

Republican presidential candidate says he will uphold life as president
Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney Jason Reed / CNS / Reuters.
The B.C. Catholic has a story from Catholic News Agency regarding a recent controversy, which put into question where presidential hopeful Mitt Romney stood on life:
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney reiterated his pro-life views after he made a statement in an interview that sparked concern about his dedication to protecting the unborn.

"I think I've said time and again that I'm a pro-life candidate and I'll be a pro-life president," Romney told reporters in Ohio, according to Politico.

The former Massachusetts governor said that he would immediately "remove funding for Planned Parenthood."
Read the full story at The B.C. Catholic website.

1 comment:

  1. Okay, so Romney supports pro-life. But is his position also against capital punishment? Is he strongly against gun control? Is he for 40 million people to go without proper health care? To state candidates positions is more than being against abortion.
    In stating being pro-life, Mr Romney should also state how to support women through pregancy.


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