And this clique only allowed members with certain rites of entry: liberal Democratic women who were pro-choice.
She refused to share a stage with a pro-choice, anti-drilling Republican.
Romney was so proud of his pro-choice pedigree that he even tweaked his Senate opponent, Democrat Ted Kennedy, for equivocation.
In addition to lacking compelling personal narratives, the “pro-choice” frame is itself a loser.
“He's been a pro-life Mormon faking it as a pro-choice friendly,” one of his senior advisers told The National Review.
Seeking the helm of a famously liberal state, Romney decided he wanted to be labeled as pro-choice after all.
As a result, the legislation “defies the dichotomy of pro-life and pro-choice,” says Diaz-Tello.
An Iowa social-conservative leader huffed, “That is a pro-choice position.”
From the pro-choice point of view, none of this is a particularly great deal.
Underground abortions have returned to the United States, just as pro-choice activists have warned for years.