In the race to see who can change their position on abortion issues the most, the current 2012 GOP presidential field has done some of the greatest flip flops in recent history.
Mitt Romney first favored abortion rights, now he does not.
Rick Perry once supported abortion in cases of rape and incest, but has also changed his mind. Now he believes a woman should carry a pregnancy to term no matter how the child was conceived.
Ron Paul is against abortion policy decisions on a national level. According to the New York Times, Paul believes that "only the states should enforce laws against abortion."
Gingrich and Huntsman may be considered the most liberal of the 2012 candidates on abortion. Both favor the right to life, but make exceptions for rape and incest.
On the far end of the spectrum is Santorum, who suggests that a doctor who performs an abortion should be considered a criminal. But in order for Santorum to achieve his goal of jailing abortion doctors on a national scale, he would have to amend the Constitution and overturn Roe v. Wade.
Michele Bachmann is in a close race with Santorum for the most conservative views. She not only believes that abortion should be banned in all cases, she is also against birth control.
While Santorum and Huntsman have remained steady in their right to life views, there is still time before the 2012 elections for them to change their positions. Whether or not they will remains to be seen.