But then he took the action of signing a health care plan which provided $50 abortions, even when he vetoed other parts of the bill. Doesn't sound very pro life to me.
That is such an old, old lie.
It wasn't part of any plan. It was a mandate from the state supreme court ruled the state constitution required abortion subsidies as part of Medicare going back to 1983. Romney's plan changed the way that medicare was structured, and also introduced a plan for those who were not on medicare but otherwise uncovered. However, he was powerless to change this.
So either I clearified something for you or you know better and are just trying to sabotage Mitt with falshoods. I'll presume the former.