“After reading Fred Thompsons legal intrepretation as well as Rudy Giulianis legal intrepretation, how are those intrepretations of abortion different? Giuliani has already defined the type of SC Justice he would nominate. And he hasnt changed his own personal beliefs unlike some candidates. As far as Im concerned William Kristol and his cabal of media pundits can go to hell along with McCain.”
Rudy’s NARAL rating————100%
Fred thompson’s NARAL rating———0%
Lets look at whats going on while Freds mulling his decision.
Rudys had a miserable last two weeks/month. Hes had the revelation of the six Planned Parenthood donations which effectively nixed his attempt to be seen as at least neutral on the abortion question. Its gone so badly that apparently hes decided to go ALL IN WITH A 2-7 OFFSUIT and proclaim proudly his support for the pro-choice position effectively ruining him with the base. His candidacy is imploding.
Mitt Romney, despite his 1st Quarter fundraising, is still mired in forth or fifth place (7% and 5th in the latest Marist poll) and had the revelation of his own/wifes donation from their JOINT CHECKING ACCOUNT to the primary supporter of infanticidea fact that will only increase suspicion of him as a johnny-come-lately conservative and a political chamelon only too ready to say anything to anybody to get their vote.
McCain? Well he doesnt appear to be going anywhere, up or down but hes done little to increase his appeal outside of his hard core support.
Seems to me that Freds playing this about right. Letting Romney and Giulianis campaigns self-destruct while he remains above the fray and continues to introduce himself with position papers, speeches and essays that strengthen his bona fides with the partys base.
True, he cant wait forever but I believe hes playing this one out just about right.
Its like when you smell the dinner mom’s making, then finally after like an hour you get to eat it. Food’s much better.
In the interest of accuracy, the check was written by his wife, it was $150, it was in 1994, and it was to Planned Parenthood. He has since donated $15,000 to a pro-life organization.