Not only did Marco Rubio exhibit major symptoms of Romnesia on Meet the Press, he caught the lying bug:
“No one is talking about banning contraception. No one is talking about preventing people from gaining access to contraception.“
Romney wants to kill Planned Parenthood, which means he has no problem cutting women off from their only access to the birth control of their choice, along with cancer screenings and other health needs. And don’t get me started on personhood:
As for Roe v. Wade:
“I would welcome a circumstance where there was such a consensus in this country that we said, we don’t want to have abortion in this country at all, period…. If the Congress got there, if we had that kind of consensus in that country, terrific.”
He also supported the Blunt Amendment:
He can Etch a Sketch and try to appeal to more moderate voters all he wants, but there’s this thing called documentation. Everything he’s promised before is on video and audio, so voters are pretty much left with a bunch of
Not only would the Blunt Amendment prevent women from gaining access to abortion, but Romney has also pledged to repeal the Affordable Care Act writ large. Doing so, would eliminate provisions that require insurers and employers to offer contraception coverage without additional co-pays. Romney’s pledge to defund Planned Parenthood would also significantly weaken women’s access to affordable contraception.
Romney and Paul Ryan have both supported personhood amendments — on the state or federal level — that would outlaw all abortion, as well as some forms of contraception and in vitro fertilization.