Romney: I'm pro-choice; no wait, I'm pro-life
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There is something hilarious to me about seeing 10 aging white men in suits stumble over their own words as they try but fail to eek out even one intelligent thought about abortion. No, make that hilarious and sad.
Last night as I watched the "values" portion of the Republican presidential debate in California, I laughed and cringed in equal amounts -- struggling to take the candidates' comments seriously.
Asked if the day that Roe v. Wade is repealed would be a good day for America, Sen. Sam Brownback (R-Kan.) said, "It would be a glorious day of human liberty and freedom." Perhaps Sen. Brownback is not aware that women are -- wait for it -- people too.
Not to be outdone, Rep. Rom Tancredo (R-Col.) said it would "the greatest day in this country's history."
I'm sure Tancredo must have forgotten about other important events like, say, ending slavery.
Heather Gehlert is a managing editor at AlterNet.