Well, in terms of recent events I can say absolutely no one.
Especially in terms of a particular political party that is supposed to be pro-choice.
Let’s take a look at what the term pro-choice means. (Since I personally believe that the entire country with the exception of a chosen few need a refresher on this term.) Pro, derived from Latin, means for, as in for or against. Choice, is Germanic in origin, and simply means the act or choosing the thing chosen. So together, in all rational thought you would think that being pro-choice would then mean to be for making choices. Not deciding to be for a specific choice, but the action of making that choice (sorry for the redundancy, however in the light of the Miss Teen South Carolina candidate, one can never be to sure about proving a point).
So why then do the liberals (who unfortunately get lumped into the category with democrats and lazy republicans), say they are pro-choice?
The answer is so simple: they lump it together with abortion. Like a small majority of Christians who consider all other faiths to be heathen and un-christian (ex. my god is better than your god so lets fight about it, which is not unlike early kung-fu movies).
So I say drop the noise and notion that you are pro-choice, because you obviously are not. If you were, what is your stance on gun control? I advocate safety and proper technique, not crummy legislation that will keep law abiding citizens from owning and operating guns. While they are not a toy, neither is an automobile. I don’t see anyone trying to improve the mass transit in this country either, but I’ll save that for another day.
Next this funny thing called citizenship, it is for citizens. Persons born in or who migrate legally are citizens. Not illegal immigrants who work without paying federal, state, and local taxes on their incomes.
So in conclusion, I would venture to say that the majority of liberals by my rationale are pro-choice, like so many other things, when it suits them or is more convenient.
please note: definitions are reduced from merriamwebster.com, with the exception of pro-choice.