Monday, July 18, 2011


When he was running for the PC leadership in 2009, Hudak told the Association for Reformed Political Action he is pro-life and had signed petitions calling for the defunding of abortions.

Hudak said today he "may have" signed a petition in that regard, but quickly added he has no intention of re-opening the abortion debate if the Tories win the Oct. 6 Ontario election.

However, the Opposition Leader refused to say if he still opposes abortion.

When questioned by reporters, Hudak said only that he would follow Prime Minister Stephen Harper's lead and leave the abortion issue alone.

Hudak's path to the PCPO leadership: seduce the party SoCons; abandon the party SoCons.


crf said...

"Follow Stephen Harper's lead"?

Hudak didn't have to say that. It shows he's not a good politician. Many people didn't vote FOR Harper, but against the opposition (and that's why the NDP also did so well). With statements like this, Hudak is more likely to lose votes. It makes him look like a toad.

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