The problem is, electing a proabort to bring about a perceived good is the same theological thesis Catholics used to get behind Obama.
Brown supports national heatlhcare and voted in Massachusetts for a program that publicly funds abortions and laws that force Catholics to give out emergency contraception. Brown's opposition to Obamacare only relates to the current version and has nothing to do with moral evil - he in fact said it might be good for other states but it would be too costly for Massachusetts because we already have our own socialized medicine here.
The pro-life movement is at the fork in the road. For many of us, it is time to wish pro-lifers lobbying for Brown our best wishes and adopt a "just say no" policy when the GOP comes a knocking with more proaborts.
Brown tells ABC's "This Week" that he disagrees with his party's position that the Supreme Court decision legalizing abortion should be overturned.
Fresh off an election victory in Massachusetts, Republican Senator-elect Scott Brown advocated a big tent outlook for the GOP when asked whether his party should move in a more moderate direction.
Brown’s election could also have an effect on the Republican Party itself: His platform supports abortion rights and Massachusetts’ right to legalize gay marriage here. In a party that has seen talk of “purity tests,” Brown’s election shows the benefits of a “big tent” strategy that includes a greater variety of opinions.
“I've always been a big tent person, you know? We need more people to come into our tent to express their views in a respectful and thoughtful manner,” he said.
Brown was clear, however, what the bedrock of his political philosophy would be. “Make no mistake, I am a fiscal conservative,” he said. “And when it comes to issues affecting people's pockets, and pocketbooks, and wallets, I'll be with the Republicans if they are in fact pushing those initiatives.”
Forget health care. Forget cap and trade legislation. Scott Brown revealed tonight that he would pose nude for a magazine again, some 28 years after he bared nearly everything in the pages of Cosmpolitan Magazine.
BOSTON, Mass. -- Cosmopolitan magazine would like Senator-Elector Scott Brown to once again grace its pages in a centerfold.
In 1982, Brown posed as the magazine’s first male centerfold after winning a contest.
The magazine would like him back.