Monday, January 07, 2008

News from the New Hampshire Campaign Trail

Democrats try to out-abort one another
... In the campaign call, Wendy Frosh, chairwoman of the board of Planned Parenthood in Northern New England, said Mr. Obama "has a 100 per cent pro-choice record and has always been a champion for women's rights. ... Hillary Clinton's last-minute smears won't protect the right to choose, but as president Barack Obama will." ...

Huckabee's Populist Message Slams 'Nanny State'
Windham, N.H. ( - Though economic populism and small-government conservatism don't seem to go together, Mike Huckabee is trying to make the two a logical combination. Full Story

McCain's Support for GOP Pro-life Plank Questioned
( - As a resurgent John McCain campaigned in New Hampshire Friday, some pro-life Republicans questioned the Arizona senator's commitment to the pro-life plank of the Republican Party. Full Story

McCain Rejects Anti-Tax Pledge, Supports Vote Against Bush Tax Cuts
( - At the November 2007 CNN/YouTube Republican debate, Sen. John McCain (Ariz.) was one of only two candidates who declined to commit to opposing tax increases - and taxes are a crucial issue to many GOP voters in Tuesday's New Hampshire primary. Full Story



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