How is reporting Perry’s convictions wrt abortion ‘maligning’? Had he been as prolife as Santorum, he’d be the nominee today.
You missed the point of my argument. But it’s not important. It’s all water under the bridge anyway.
Perry didn’t lose on the pro-life issue (Perry is clearly pro-life and has been endorsed by many pro-life groups) but because he appeared to be unelectable during the debates. I’m partial to the argument that he should have waited until he recovered completely from his back surgery before he took to the stage, but I don’t know if that would have helped and now will never know.
But that’s not my point anyway. I’m not going to repeat the point I was trying to make (which is lost on you and is probably irrelevant now anyway). Enough is enough. I stated it a couple of times already and now I’m moving on.
I definitely don’t want to refight the nomination wars.