On MSNBC Live, discussing Democrats' efforts to override President Bush's veto of the SCHIP bill, Contessa Brewer stated that "even conservative Republican presidential candidates are trying to sidestep this issue." However, several of the leading Republican candidates have spoken in support of Bush's veto, including Sen. John McCain and Mitt Romney.
On ABC's This Week, The Washington Post's George Will asserted "What they [Republican primary voters] have learned about Giuliani is that he doesn't flip-flop. ... [H]e's taken exactly the un-Romney approach to his problem, which was to say, 'Look, this is me. Take it or leave it.' " But as NPR senior news analyst Cokie Roberts said, "[H]e equivocated on guns. He equivocated on abortion."
A Washington Post article reported on a public advisory announced by the National Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Coalition that contradicted FDA recommendations concerning how much seafood pregnant and breast-feeding women should consume, but the article did not note that organizations affiliated with the coalition reportedly do not support the advisory, or that the coalition received financial backing from a self-described "advocacy organization for the seafood industry."
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