Fred Thompson entered the stage to a rousing reception here at the Value Voters Summit, and is speaking now, to a standing room only crowd.
He talked about his “100 percent pro-life voting record” in the Senate. “That’s who I was then,” he said. “That’s who I am now. And that’s the kind of president I’d be.”
However, he said his feelings on the issue became stronger once he had children.
“My political record and my head was always there,” he said. By talking about the feeling of seeing his babies’ sonograms, he said, “”My heart now is fully engaged.”
He said, “No legislation will pass my desk that funds or supports this procedure without my veto.”
Also, the Romney Iran/lawyer comment is the gift that keeps on giving for his rivals. Thompson, talking about his record of supporting conservative judges, said, we need a president who “doesn’t have to call his lawyers to know the difference between a good judge and a bad judge.”
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