Politics & Policy

Bachmann: Nominee Shouldn’t Have ‘Flip-flopping’ History on Abortion

Speaking to the National Right to Life convention in Florida today via Skype, Michele Bachmann jabbed Mitt Romney for his past support of abortion.

While not directly naming Romney, Bachmann said that this election cycle was “not the time for Republicans to put up a candidate who is weak on this issue and has a history of flip-flopping on this issue,” according to the Huffington Post.

(Hat tip: Politico’s Alexander Burns.)

UPDATE: Over at Life News, Steven Ertelt has a detailed piece about the conference, which also featured speeches by Herman Cain, Tim Pawlenty, Rick Santorum, and Ron Paul.

Katrina Trinko — Katrina Trinko is a political reporter for National Review. Trinko is also a member of USA TODAY’S Board of Contributors, and her work has been published in various media outlets ...

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