Frank Cannon is president of the American Principles Project and a respected conservative political strategist with over 30 years of experience.
…Donald Trump has made specific promises that [Susan B. Anthony List president] Marjorie [Dannenfelser] has gotten from him in a letter that she’s sending out to recruit other pro-life leaders. They’re the most sweeping promises on pro-life issues ever made. Hillary Clinton, on the other hand, has committed to abortion on demand up until birth, and with taxpayer funding of it. And to think that somebody who’s committed to that issue needs to adopt whatever it is that is motivating those at RedState to oppose Trump or else to not be sincere and all the other personal attacks that were conveyed in that is beyond the pale.
And I think if you go to The Pulse today and read Terry Schilling’s article on this, it conveys exactly the sense that I have about this which is that particularly for people who are comparing the two candidates on what they have said publicly about their issues, they should be respected and their motives not impugned.[…]