BROWNBACK: ... about where he is on this position, and in 1994 say, "I'm governor..."
ROMNEY: Look, look. I was pro-choice. I am pro-life. And I'm tired of a...
BROWNBACK: And it is a truthful position. Every piece of that is truthful. You can got to YouTube and look for the governor, what he says himself.
STEPHANOPOULOS: Governor Romney -- Governor Romney... ROMNEY: You can go back to YouTube and look at what I said in 1994. I never said I was pro-choice, but my position was effectively pro-choice. I've said that time and time again.
I changed my position. When I was governor and when I faced an issue of a life or death, when the first time a bill came to my desk that related to the life of an unborn child, I came down on the side of life.
ROMNEY: And I put that in The Boston Globe and explained why. And I get tired of people that are holier than thou because they've been pro-life longer than I have.
STEPHANOPOULOS: Governor Romney, you've also been drawing...
ROMNEY: But I'm proud of the fact.
STEPHANOPOULOS: You have also been drawing contrasts with Mayor Giuliani during this campaign. I want to show our viewers something you said about Mayor Giuliani on the Christian Broadcasting Network this spring.
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ROMNEY: He is pro-choice and pro-gay marriage and anti-gun, and that's a tough combination in a Republican primary.
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STEPHANOPOULOS: Do you stand by that? And what is it that you fear a President Giuliani would do on those issues?
ROMNEY: I think Rudy Giuliani is a terrific American and a wonderful mayor. That was very early in the process. I think I've got a better view...
STEPHANOPOULOS: In March.
ROMNEY: Yes, it was in March. He wasn't a candidate yet.
I think I have a better perspective on his views now -- not entirely, but a pretty good view on his positions. And I'd rather let him speak for him, his own positions, than me speak for them. And I've done by best to let other candidates speak about their own positions.
So I'm not going to try and elaborate on his positions.
I can tell you that I am pro-life and that I'm opposed to same- sex marriage, and I support the Second Amendment. Those are my views.
Why don't we let each of us describe our own views, as opposed to taking time to describe those of our colleagues? STEPHANOPOULOS: Was that accurate what Governor Romney said?
GIULIANI: Somehow, I knew you were going to ask me the question about this.
The reality is that I support the Second Amendment, as Governor Romney says.
I clearly believe that marriage should be between a man and a woman, although I did support domestic partnerships and still do, a contractual relationship.
And I believe the best way we can have common ground in this debate that you're hearing is if we put our emphasis on reducing abortions and increasing the number of adoptions, which is something that I did as mayor of New York City.
GIULIANI: But I think ultimately that decision that has to be made is one that government shouldn't make. Ultimately, a woman should make that with her conscience and ultimately with her doctor.