see my post #15.
Look, I’m completely against abortion too but there is no way that I would let that be a deal breaker in voting for the Republican nominee if it turns out to be Rudy. I wonder if people here realize that our current president is against abortion yet that fact has done nothing to make it illegal. In an election as important as this one you would think that people would look at the big picture vis-a-vie what would happen if the White House is won by the Communists.
When Rudy himself says his policies are the same as Clintons, then what is the point?
By nominating Rudy, you will cause at least a third of the party on principle alone to either sit out the General Election or go third-party because he is wrong on all the issues important to principled conservatives except the WOT. He is no better on the WOT than the other candidates.
And by the way, we conservatives are looking at the big picture. We are not just worried about this election, but the following elections that will not be won by Republicans if they nominate Rudy because they will have lost the trust and respect of their most committed members.
It those who keep pushing Rudy who are myopic.
Do everyone a favor and quit pushing the Loser!
And that "but" marks the great divide. I am with Dobson on this one. And I came to the conclusion early on - if Rudy is the nominee, I'll find a third party candidate.
Playing into Hillary's hands is the first victory for the other side. The judges she will appoint will do alot more than secure abortion rights once they sit (for an ever-lengthening lifetime) on the bench.