While he bans the press form asking him about abortion and Akin, more and more leaks out from the head flip flopper.. what is your position Willard??
In a debate, Kennedy said he said Willard was a multiple choice candidate.. Willards response.
"On the idea of 'multiple-choice,' I have to respond. I have my own beliefs, and those beliefs are very dear to me. One of them is that I do not impose my beliefs on other people. Many, many years ago, I had a dear, close family relative that was very close to me who passed away from an illegal abortion. It is since that time that my mother and my family have been committed to the belief that we can believe as we want, but we will not force our beliefs on others on that matter. And you will not see me wavering on that."
Further commentary on the whole affair..
To further establish his pro-choice bona fides, Mitt put his wife's money where his mouth was. During the '94 campaign, he and Ann attended a Planned Parenthood event, where she wrote a check for $150 to the organization. (Later seeking the GOP presidential nomination, Gov. Romney claimed he had "no recollection" of the gathering. As far as Ann's contribution was concerned, Mitt explained that "her positions are not terribly relevant for my campaign.") Ann Romney, who Mitt now boasts "reports to me regularly" on what American women care about, will be headlining next week's Republican National Convention in Tampa, during his 2002 race for governor of Massachusetts had a different role. Back then, Romney enlisted her to reassure the pro-choice Bay State voters that he was on their side:
A compendium on his comments that are pro abortion..