And besides, “safe and legal” didn’t gain him any territory.
“I think it should be safe, legal, and rare,” one could say in a definitive, end-of-discussion way if asked probing questions.
Read: Democrats avoided the toughest debate questions on abortionBill Clinton located language that made it possible to be completely for legal abortion and against legal abortion.
“I believe abortion should be safe, legal and rare,” she announced, “and when I say ‘rare,’ I mean rare!”Three rares?
When you drown out “safe” and “legal” with “rare, rare, rare!” you’ve changed the equation so much that the obvious retort is “Why?

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