Remember that even some "intellectually honest" pro-choicers believe that Roe vs. Wade was wrongly decided? I guess Fred Thompson is supposed to fit that category, even though he still wants to label himself as "pro-life".
As reported here, in his Meet the Press interview, Thompson says that although he believes Roe was wrongly decided, and although he supports overturning Roe, he doesn't support a Constitutional Amendment that recognizes preborn children as persons with the unalienable right to life, and he doesn't even support "criminalizing" abortion (read: making it illegal) at any level.
And now it looks as though he'll be picking up the endorsement of National Right to Life, who some in the pro-life movement call "National Right to Lobby". I can't say that I'm surprised. National Right to Life has been known to do this kind of thing before, and it fits right in with the continued implosion of pro-life "leadership" and outrageous endorsements that are splitting the pro-life leadership, and will in effect, hand the nomination to Rudy. That is, if we, the grass roots pro-lifers don't take matters into our own hands, and unite behind one truly pro-life candidate.
God, have mercy on us!