Governor Romney, you are running as a pro-life and pro-marriage candidate.
But you have a history of being strongly pro-abortion on demand and pro-homosexual.
You supported Roe v. Wade and said abortion should be “safe and legal.”
In 2002, you opposed a state constitutional amendment that would have stopped homosexual so-called marriage in Massachusetts. You said homosexuals should be allowed in the Boy Scouts of America and as Governor you officially celebrated “Gay Straight Youth Pride Day.” Whatever that is.
You sat on Marriott’s board of directors for ten years while it profited off the sale of hard core pornographic videos to its guests.
I understand a change of heart.
Mitt Romney chose to diss values voters by not attending the Values Voter Debate. The questions above were asked to his empty podium. He has still not answered these questions.
John McCain strongly asserts that life begins “at conception”. If that was an honest answer, why is John McCain ready to name as VP someone who supported Roe v. Wade and said abortion should be “safe and legal”?
John McCain has betrayed values voters twice by refusing to attend values voters debates on September 17th, 2007 and March 3, 2008. Now John McCain is preparing to betray values voters a third time by naming a candidate with a “Pro-Choice” background as his VP of “Choice”. See: Is McCain going to screw conservatives (again)?; RNC says message received?
If the message has been received, McCain will pick someone other than Pro-Choice Romney as his VP.
Three strikes you’re out, John.
John McCain can pursue the disgruntled Hillary voters all he wants. Values Voters are America’s largest voting block, and if John McCain gives the finger to values voters again with his VP pick, expect to see values voters revolt and elect a third party candidate for President.
UPDATE: Michelle Malkin has an excellent Pro-Life post entitled DNC Dispatch: The Planned Parenthood protest