I must say it’s a bit liberating to not care a whole lot about abortion this election cycle. If you’re a committed pro-lifer, and you aren’t interested in casting a protest vote for one of the also-rans, your options are:
A) Giuliani – a pro-choicer, but one who at least has a team of great lawyers who will steer him toward appointing the right kind of judges.
B) Romney – a guy who became pro-life roughly 10 minutes before deciding to run for president, but who at least is willing and able to somewhat plausibly assure you that his change of heart is genuine.
C) Thompson – a guy who became pro-life more than a decade ago, but who doesn’t tell the truth about his pro-choice history.
D) McCain – a guy with a sterling record of voting the right way, but who has a habit of oozing contempt for you (and whose chance at the nomination is pretty much sunk).
Pick your poison.
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