Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Ron Paul joins anti-abortion protesters for Roe v. Wade anniversary


This one comes from Raw Story:

Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul joined a Tuesday Washington, DC protest of the Supreme Court decision that paved the way for legal abortions in the United States. The anti-war and pro-liberty candidate showed that pro-life positions were also a central part of his political agenda in an address before the 2008 "March For Life."
The Paultards will ask if Ron Paul's stance on abortion really matters. Well, Ron Paul seems to think that it does. Why can't the people who are actually affected by his policies think the same?

3 comments:

mrbold said...

Well I guess Ron Paul now is in favor of government telling women what to do with their bodies.

What a quaint jack booted thug Paul turned out to be.

Anonymous said...

Not now, always was. But he has now backpedaled on getting rid of the Federal Reserve. I guess staying alive is more important than principles.

rficwizard said...

Ron Paul has always been pro-life. He never pretended otherwise. Abortion is one of the issues that splits libertarians, since the whole issue is based on the question of at what point a group of cell becomes a person, with rights. There is no contradiction in being a pro-life libertarian.