Giuliani did not perform abortions, nor did he make abortion legal, nor did he force women to have abortions, nor did he drive women to the abortion clinic, nor did he make those women have sex with men they didnt want to have children with.
Giuliani on public funding of abortion
By that criteria, no politician should be criticized for being pro-abortion.
How many times must I say FR is a conservative site? We do not support abortionism, homosexualism, feminisim, environmentalism, gun control, liberalism, socialism, etc, etc, etc. When I say I suspect we will become even more conservative than we already are, possibly via attrition if nothing else, what do you think Im referring to? When FR starts pushing hard and I mean hard against abortion, gay marriage, homosexual education forced on our school children, pandering to illegal aliens, gun control, McCaine-Feingold type usurpation, global warming, etc, etc, even if supported or advanced by the GOP, then I fully suspect certain types of moderate/liberal Republican supporters are probably going to be a little uncomfortable here. We will be fighting for traditional American conservatism no matter who we have to fight against and Im afraid thats going to piss off some folks.
Jim Robinson, 3/2/07
Absolutely correct, but he does believe abortion should remain legal, and he has stated that he believes their should be taxpayer funding of abortion. His support of the baby killers makes him guilty of aiding and abetting if not actual murder. (Scripturally speaking, he is as guilty of murder as the doc who operates the 'vaccuum'.)