In a surprise move Bush today unveiled a pro-abortion policy paper, which if he is re-elected, could become law.
The document details guidelines on how doctors can use a matrix of metrics including income, intelligence and ethnicity to determine if individuals can be offered state funded abortions. It goes on to propose that if trial periods prove successful, abortion may become mandatory for all who qualify.
The announcement follows only hours after polls show that regardless of the Vatican's rebukes believed to be aimed at Kerry for his pro-abortion stance, American voters react favorably to that politicians desire to offer choice to his constituents.
Some however question the legality of Bush's proposal who claim that if fully implemented will mean forced abortion of all fetuses carried by poor, stupid women who are not white. When asked about this directly a spokesman for the White House replied,
"Would it really? I'll have to double check that - it's certainly not something that came up in discussions so far. Yes, I guess it could eradicating a demographic that typically votes for Democrats, but that isn't the goal - more a lucky bonus."