Not all that surprising considering he’s the same guy who supports partial-birth abortions.
President Barack Obama said Thursday that he was “very comfortable” with the the Food and Drug Administration’s decision to allow the over-the-counter sale of Plan B, known as the morning-after pill, to females aged 15 and up.
“The rule that’s been put forward by the FDA, Secretary Sebelius has reviewed, she’s comfortable with it — I’m comfortable with it,” Obama told reporters at a press conference in Mexico. Obama answered questions along with Mexico’s President Enrique Pena Nieto following a bilateral summit.
“I’m very comfortable with the decision they’ve made right now based on solid, scientific evidence,” he added.