Comment: I agree.

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I agree.

Murder is murder, no matter how you spin it. And again, I am pro-life. But I am also realistic. And I respect what history has taught us.

Considering the arguments I made above in my original post, you really believe that if abortion is made illegal, it will be enforceable? I take it you also think the Drug War will soon be won?

While it may currently be the stuff of science fiction, I believe the best way to win the war on abortion is to make it possible to transfer an unwanted fetus from a pregnant mother to some kind of incubation chamber. If such a procedure existed, and it was simple and safe enough -- particularly safer than an abortion -- then overturning Roe v. Wade would be practical and make sense as there really would be no good reason to terminate the life of an unborn child, even if the pregnancy represented a danger to the mother.

We libertarians are supposed to think outside the box. Per the lessons of the Drug War, making abortion illegal will only create a problem exacerbated by chemical technology. No matter how many laws get passed, that's just the way it is. If anyone with a modicum of chemistry skills can cook up Crystal Meth from stuff found at a grocery store, what makes anyone think the same can't be said about abortion-inducing drugs?