All the HoolaBalloo

I know a good lot of people who are choosing to vote for President Bush because of his view on abortion. The issue is problematic enough and usually the conversation stops when said view is uttered. But I'm skeptical of everything Bush says, I think the whole world is, so I had to scrape up any evidence I could of how well Bush is doing on ending abortions. After Clinton the stage was set. The abortion rate in the US was at an all time low when Bush took office. They have done an amazing job at hiding the evidence, but if you look closely, the abortion rate has reversed itself. According to Glen Stassen, the Lewis B. Smedes Professor of Christian Ethics at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California, Bush's words are proving with many voters to be stronger than his actions.
In the decade before George W. Bush became president, the number of abortions in the United States fell from 1,610,000 to 1,330,000. That is a decline of 17.4% over the decade of the 1990s, an average decrease of 1.7% per year. (The data come from Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life, which gets them from the Guttmacher Institute.)

Enter George W. Bush in 2001. One would expect the abortion rate to continue its consistent course downward, if not plunge. Instead, the opposite happened.

... In total numbers, 7,869 more abortions were performed in these sixteen states during George W. Bush's second year in office than previously. If this trend reflects our nation, 24,000 more abortions were performed during George W. Bush’s second year in office than the year before (or three years before in the first three states). Had the previous trends continued, 28,000 fewer abortions should have occurred each year of the Bush era.

I searched an searched and this article came up everywhere. I found nothing worthy of a vote for a Pro-Life voter. Perhaps his supporters just have faith in him, but I'm not sure for what. I'm sure that this is the topic that most one issue voters know most about so I'm expecting to see some good Bush supporting evidence, and maybe a place that has more thorough