I still remember the column he wrote for The Nation, decades ago, in which he came out, as it were, as pro-life.
Indiana State GOP Rep. Eric Turner told The Daily Beast, “I believe this will make us the most pro-life state in America.”
Fu, though, rejected the claim that his priority is to attack the Obama administration or promote his pro-life agenda.
It is neither pro-choice nor pro-life; neither pro-NRA nor pro-gun control; neither pro-equality nor antigay.
But a Republican is not and should never be defined as someone who's either pro-choice or pro-life.
Such a statement would involve some considerable changes in the thinking of the pro-life movement.
I also sought the opinions of my conservative and pro-life friends.
Johnson, a self-described lifelong conservative Republican, gun owner, and pro-life Mormon, stood by his findings.
"If you do not believe that Roe v. Wade should be overturned, you are not pro-life," Rubio declared.
Indeed, the pro-life camp seems to have little trouble finding men who will stump for it loudly and forcefully.