"Voting against making anti-choice violence a federal crime. As the Jed Report notes, McCain voted in 1993 and 1994 against
making “bombings, arson and blockades at abortion clinics, and
shootings and threats of violence against doctors and nurses who
perform abortions” federal crimes.
–Opposing Colorado’s “Bubble Law.” McCain said he opposed
Colorado’s “Bubble Law,” which prohibited abortion protesters from
getting within 8 feet of women entering clinics [Denver Post, 2/27/00].
The law was later upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court.
–Voting to allow those fined for violence at clinics to avoid penalties by declaring bankruptcy. NARAL
Pro-Chioce America notes that McCain “voted to allow perpetrators of
violence or harassment at reproductive-health clinics to avoid paying the fines assessed against them for their illegal acts by declaring bankruptcy.”
Unless you believe that killing people for your personal religious beliefs is okay. If that's the case, then you probably don't believe that McVeigh's bombing the Federal Building was terrorism either. And you'd probably really love living in a country where there's no separation of Church and State, maybe somewhere like Iran?