Ah, see in those cases I believe I can agree. I will admit when some one is more well informed than I. As I said I'm gonna lean towards the option that has the greatest potential for the most life.
A lot of the other arguments I hear are about pregnancies being difficult in some way shape or form, usually with death as a possibility due to the rare accidents. Or arguments about problems with the baby's health after birth. such was the case with my niece, she was born 3 months premature. Doctors didn't think she would live past the night. or the day. or the next. or the week.....She is now a perfectly healthy 9 year old.
So, I don't really buy into those arguments, besides that just goes into the whole what is life thing again.
And Freyja, for what you brought up- I think a big thing is that women don't choose to get pregnant all the time, there are "accidents" and worse there is rape. As for opinion, yea thats true to an extent. Things get muddied up when the issue of protecting life gets involved. And AGAIN it all boils down to when is the fetus considered alive, just as terror said earlier; because it is ok to impose your opinion on others to protect people from being victimized from others. EX. stopping a mugging/murder/rape. extreme examples but you see my point, I hope. the problems arise in issues like abortion where the line is murky and not agreed upon. and so some people are civil and some go all west bro baptist.....