If anyone is confused by Romney's flip-flops and therefore not sure whether he will support women's rights to choose how their body is used in spite of his being an active leader of a religious faith (Mormonism) that is antagonistic to women's rights to choose about their own bodies (and requires women to be submissive to their husbands and the (male) elders in the church), they may want to watch the video of an off-aid chat from 2007 in which Romney talks about Mormonism and abortion.
Romney made it very clear where he stands on being a member of a society that allows women to choose for themselves about their bodies when they become pregnant. He says his church doctrine requires believers to be anti-abortion, but allows them to go along with a society that wants to allow for choice. However, he personally thinks that position is wrong, and therefore he not only is religiously anti-choice, but believes that he should impose his anti-choice views on society. In the video, he ends with his statement of proof: just look at my record as governor of Massachusetts, he says, where I vetoed every bill that would have allowed an abortion choice.
Listen for yourselves, at this link (titled "Romney rant on Mormonism goes viral").