There are a huge number of things to take into account when debating the abortion topic:
1. Was the girl banged up or raped? I'm sure that if she acted like slut trash and decided not to have safe intercourse, a lot of people would just say "Oh, well it's her own fault!" If she got raped however, it's a different story and most people would feel sympathetic!
2. When is the abortion taking place? Is it going to be one of those last-ditch abortions that happen right
before the baby pops its hear out of the mother? If it is, thats cruel. Go through that extra 10 minutes and don't kill your baby, woman. If it's still a clump of stem cells, then there is nothing wrong physically with killing it because it has no sense of "emotion" yet. People will still bring up the argument that as soon as the sperm hits the egg, it's a human life and thus deserves to live.
3. What is the situation of the mother's health? Her financial background at the moment? Her health- lets say she ends up being 2 months into the pregnancy and the doctors realize that she won't be able to carry this baby for the next 7 months and give birth to it? She's the one who has to suffer in this situation, so wouldn't it be right to let her choose what she wants? Wouldn't it be better for her to live, instead of risking both lives? Lets be serious here.
You should all very well know that nothing is perfectly stable financially for anyone unless they just won the lottery, or inherited a massive amount of money. Jobs come and go, and that landlord just may up the rent when you don't expect it. 2 months into pregnancy, the mother loses her home and her job. Her husband abandons her. What happens then? Can she carry this baby, keep a job, find a home, AND take care of it after its born? If the baby is going to have a horrible life and will only symbolize the mother's suffering, she should abort it.
Now this doesn't pertain to my view on this, but what would you
do if you were in that situation? Everyone who advocates terminating the right to an abortion thinks it must be a breeze to carry that baby for 9 months. This means having your abdomen super-sized, adding an extra 7-12 pounds depending on the baby, getting monthly check-ups, and whatever else they have to deal with.
I'm pro choice. This doesn't mean pro-abortion in case anyone wants to pull that argument out of their behinds. This means I support the woman making the choice that she sees will best benefit her for life. Everyone should have that right, shouldn't they?