Sunday, May 13, 2007

Rudy will stick to his guns on abortion

After a Republican debate performance most notable for his waffling on the issue of abortion, Rudy Giuliani has apparently decided that the best course is to stick to his guns and stand by his pro-choice convictions. It's a bold move. (Let's call it the anti-Romney.) This ABC News article reviews the polls and suggests that Rudy might just be able to pull it off. The editors of the National Review are not pleased.

1 comment:

Fz said...

It is refreshing to see a Republican willing to abandon the evangelicals and cater to "the middle." I think distancing one's self from the Republican party may very well be the only way for a Republican to have a chance in 2008. Of course, there's the obstacle of the primary, but I'm not making any predictions just yet.