8 May
2007
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Thompson Page on Vote Smart

Project Vote Smart has posted a page on Fred Thompson. Ryan Sager sums up some of the more interesting points on the NY Sun blog.

Since Fred Thompson is being looked at by some social conservatives as their primary race savior, I find the 1994 stance on abortion that Sager points out very interesting. Romney has flip-flopped on the issue but seems to be struggling to sell himself to social conservatives, but maybe Thompson will have an easier time because he doesn’t have to get over the additional hurdle of being Morman.

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  • Listening to Romney during the Debate was amusing…
    “I use to be stupid and thought that way, now I’ve smartened up and you all need to smarten up too.”

    I like Romney, but I think he needs to get a better answer than that.