Stop playing with words. Fact is no one is 100% one or the other. I support a woman's right to carry her fetus to term and either keep the baby or give it up for adoption AND I support a woman's right to not be forced to carry a fetus to term. You seem to think when a woman has an unwanted pregnancy they stop being a person and become an incubator. Her right to choose is gone. THAT is 100% wrong.
You either support a woman's ability to decide what is best for her body or you don't. Like I said, if you don't want an abortion don't have one. Don't like birth control? Don't use it. But you make that choice for you and you alone. It is the ultimate arrogance that you put your beliefs OVER anyone else's.
the two people above me are baby butchers.
" You seem to think when a woman has an unwanted pregnancy they stop being a person and become an incubator. Her right to choose is gone."
Obvious straw man -- people are always people. That's the whole point. If you will, she "becomes two people" (if you must think of it as part of her body, which biologically you can make a case, though neurologically the baby is an individual). In reality, it is abortionists who are saying that people stop being (or don't become) people at certain times.
Being a Christian I can't say what I think of such hypocrisy...
Larry, don't want to murder your dependants? Don't want to murder your employees? Don't want to murder your siamese twin (lol okay that's unlikely)?
The problem with your type of morality is it's arbitrary. You act as if there is some kind of sacred right to controlling our own bodies, yet there is no sacred right to life. But if it's okay to infringe on one sacred right, how can there be any at all?
As soon as morals become arbitrary, then why should not a murderer say he has the sacred right to kill anyone he pleases? After all, he's moving his body in certain ways (aim a gun, pull a trigger, grasp a knife and stab in a certain location) that you want to limit him.
I'm not trying to be inflammatory -- this is serious. You cannot make a logical argument for abortion without it objectively ending up in absurdity if you were consistent. And if you're inconsistent, it isn't logical to begin with, so you shouldn't try to make it seem that way.
I don't like the fact that situations like what you're talking about happen, but it's just far too convenient a solution to murder to resolve it. Two wrongs don't make a right. We should be working on other solutions -- how about more advanced transplant technology for example?