Nancy Pelosi last seen mumbling something about Cain wanting women to die on the floor.

(CNSNews.com) — Appearing on NBC’S “Meet the Press” today, Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain said he believes that life begins at conception and that he does not agree with abortion “under any circumstances.”

Cain then elaborated that he did not support exceptions that would allow abortion in cases of rape and incest but did believe it was up to a family to decide what to do if the life of the mother was at stake.

“What about abortion?” host David Gregory asked Cain. “You want to overturn Roe v. Wade. Could you support or condone abortion under any exceptions at all?”

“I believe in life from conception and I do not agree with abortion under any circumstances,” said Cain.

“Exceptions for rape and incest?” asked Gregory.

“Not for rape and incest, because —” said Cain.

“What about life of the mother?” asked Gregory, interrupting.

“Because if you look at rape and incest,” Cain said, continuing his thought, “the percentage of those instances is so miniscule that there are other options. If it’s the life of the mother that family is going to have to make that decision.”

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