Read why Ron Paul voted the way he did on that bill, rather than relying on hit-and-run mis-characterizations.
No hit & run, Charles. But, as much as I approve of Ron Paul's personal stance against abortion, his objection to that bill on the grounds he stated were contrary to the logic of the founding fathers who wrote the constitution. Fact is, natural law, on which the founding fathers formed the moral basis of our constitution, was the basis for laws against abortion in England and in the United States during the revolution and beyond. Read up on Blackstone and Natural law the next time you want to defend Ron Paul's staunch adherence to constitutional interpretation. Infact, Ron Paul is off the mark in this case.