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February 26, 2007

A ’precarious future’ for pro-life politics?

In part one of a debate on "Rudy's Chances" in today's New Republic, Michael Tomasky asks, "At the precise moment in history when [pro-lifers] think they might have a chance of getting Roe v. Wade overturned, do we really think they're going to trust the precarious future to a man who obstreperously supported partial-birth abortion?"

Excellent question. Read more for Tomasky's answer to it, and check TNR tomorrow for that of his debate partner, Fred Siegel.

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Greg Laurich

Good point, the problem is that people still think that abortions should not only be legal but without restriction and that includes minors. Nothing is as depressing as having someone refer to the unborn as a parasite. And we're dogmatic and rigid?

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