Ann Romney on ‘The View': “I am Pro-Life”

Ann Romney spoke up for life today.  During an appearance on ‘The View,’ the wife of the Republican presidential candidate confronted questions from Barbara Walters and the other hosts (hostesses?) on an array of issues, including so-called “women’s issues” – the oft-heard political catch-phrase invented by the Left because, well, it sounds a bit awkward to say “I think dismembering kids or burning them to death with acid is sometimes necessary.”

Mrs. Romney also addressed, quite credibly, the question of Mitt’s change of position on life.

Here’s part of what she said:

The good news is, I’m not running for office and I don’t have to say what I feel. But I am pro-life. I’m happy to say that. Mitt has always been a pro-life person. He ran pro-choice. … When the decision came across his desk to use embryos for experimentation … he could not have on his conscience, creating human life for experimentation. That’s when he came out saying he was pro-life.

So there you have it.  And might I add, she looked very First Lady-like.  Not that I was watching ‘The View’…because I wasn’t.  I just…in the news…the one clip…fine, just shut up okay?



  • Mary Carton

    Women’s health issues with Obama Care? They don’t exist if your over 70 come in the later part of the changes. Radiologist’s can’t recommend mammograms after that point w/o being fined.

    • St. Ursala

      Mary, where did you get this information. There is nothing in ObamaCare that is anything that restricts mamograms, and especially nothing that would be based on age.
      You realize that there is a lot in ObamaCare that the Catholic leaders and health systems helped to develop. There is also a lot that will remain in place should Romney get elected. RomneyCare works well and is the template for ObamaCare. The Church wants changes to both, but we are far from wanting it to disappear.
      There is much about the Womens Health that also is very Catholic that is being lost in the conversation, including the mandates for prenatal care coverage. This is the biggest Catholic win as both good Social Justice and strong pro-life.
      We need to make sure that even being against Obama is not the same as being against everything that he has ever said or done. Much of ObamaCare is what the Church has been allied to work on for a long time. And it is good.

  • blaze_pascal

    That’s OK. I can’t bear myself to watch that show either.



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