"Pro-Choice Fred Thompson"
Fred Thompson, during candidate debate:
"... Should the government come in and criminalize, let's say, a young girl,and her parents, and her doctor, which, as aiders and abettors, that would beinvolved ... I think not."
Photograph of written response on candidate questionnaire, signed by Republican US Senate candidate Fred Thompson:
"I DO NOT BELIEVE ABORTION SHOULD BE CRIMINALIZED. THIS BATTLEWILL BE WON IN THE HEARTS AND MINDS OF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE."...signed, Fred Thompson, 1996
[ audio soundtrack from June 5, 2007 interview on FOX News with Sean Hannity ]
Likely Republican candidate for US President Fred Thompson on Roe v. Wade:
"... it was a matter that should go back to the states. When you get back to the states,I think the state should have some leeway. I might vote against one approach,...but I think the state ought to have it. And I would not be, and never have been, for a law that says, on the state level, if I were back in Tennessee voting on this, for example, that, if they chose to criminalize a young woman, ..."
[ video from June 5, 2007 interview on FOX News with Sean Hannity ]
Previous report on Fred Thompson:
Fred Thompson NOT Pro-Life, June 5, 2007, on FOX News with Sean Hannity:
Pro-abort Fred Thompson, June 5, 2007, on FOX News with Sean Hannity:
- "I would not be and never have been for a law that says, on the state level, if I were back in Tennessee voting on this, for example, that, if they chose to criminalize a young woman, ..."
- YouTube video (Sean Hannity Helps Fred Thompson Hide His Pro-Choice Past - 01:30)
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September 3, 2007