’ “So in other words you don’t... would not even believe in abortion if rape, incest or the health of the mother was involved?” asked Schieffer.
“Yes, that’s my position,” he said. “
In 2004 , Cain supported an exception if the life of the mother was threatened.
In 1998 , he supported multiple exceptions.
Interview with his trade group magazine, The National Restaurant News ;
Too many people in the electorate are single-issue voters, he commented, and to try and cater to the single-issue voters
and the single-issue pockets out there felt like
I was compromising my beliefs.
As an example, with the pro-life and pro-abortion debate,
the most vocal people are on the ends.
I am pro-life with exceptions,
and people want you to be all or nothing.
He added, I am not a social-issue crusader.
I am a free-enterprise crusader.
Without easily verifiable sources, the progression you claim for Cain’s view is one that is increasingly pro-life.