Now I can also say that I'm not a Steve Poizner fan either and that I have no idea who I'm going to vote for in the upcoming elections.
And I am getting more and more annoyed with the Republican party in California (although the alternative would be far worse on the same issues that upset me, so it's not as if I'll be switching sides anytime soon).
I must live in a fantasy world where I automatically assumed that Steve Poizner's ads accusing Meg Whitman of supporting abortion meant that he was not a Pro-Death candidate. However Whitman's campaign ran an ad in response and I went and did a little digging (praying that the ad wasn't true) and found Poizner's website where, like Whitman, he identifies himself as a "pro-choice" candidate. In the not so distant past he supported State Funded Abortions (Whitman still does).
I'll freely admit that I have an innate distrust of politicians who flip flop on this subject each time they're up for election, because they certainly aren't going to stand up for this issue because it's a matter of life and death, they're going to do whatever is politically expedient to be elected.
How sad is it when the "better" choice is one who thinks that the state shouldn't pay for abortions (which California already does) but who's okay with slaughtering unborn children?