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Romney Holds Fundraiser With Manufacturer of “Morning After” Pill

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney scheduled a $50,000-a-plate fundraiser at the home of Phil Frost, the executive of the company that makes the Morning After Pill, on Wednesday night. Plan B One-Step is produced by Teva Pharmaceuticals, Frost’s company.

The pharmaceutical executive’s residence was one of several stops scheduled to increase Romney’s war chest during a two-day swing through Florida.

“It’s a huge disappointment,” Brian Camenker, director of the Massachusetts-based pro-family organizationMassResistance told LifeSiteNews.com. “You wouldn’t see someone who was really pro-life doing a fundraiser with somebody who helped the abortion industry.”

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No Way

I don't believe it.

Romney is pro-life.

He has principles. And if you don't like his principles . . . he has others.

egapele's picture

Wow, $50,000 per plate?

That's disgusting.