>>So let me just clarify the One issue thing: If, say, a candidate Conservative on 50% of the issues won the GOP nod, then revealed themselves to be rabidly anti-Israel and possibly outright anti-Semetic, youd be all on board to stop Hitlery, right?<<
What a clever comeback. Look, if what you’re saying is that abortion negates every other issue, including terrorism, the economy, health care, etc. then I’d question your priorities — Dennis Prager, who is very pro-life, has already condemned this way of thinking.
However, as I’ve stated elsewhere on this board, by virtue of his SCOTUS nominees, which is the only practical way that abortion rights can be weakened, Rudy is vastly superior to Hillary. Take a look at his judicial advisors - most are drawn from the Federalist Society, the same place where Roberts, Scalia, and Alito were drawn.
All of your caveats apply to my original question, so answer it.