I've given this matter quite a bit of thought lately. On one hand, I'm fundamentally pro-life, since I believe that mistakes should have consequences, and everyone deserves a chance. On a practical level, though, I'm pro-choice, as a child should never be considered a "consequence", and if neither the parent or the state are fit to properly care for the child(ren) nine months from now... I agree --> In a perfect world, all pregnancies should be carried to term; unfortunately, we do not live in a perfect world. So here is what I want to know from you: A woman is 1 week pregnant. For whatever reason she cannot (ie: "cannot", not "will not") care for the child. She is going to get an abortion. There is, however, a way to prevent the abortion: If you personally take in the child nine months from now, and care for him/her for the rest of their life, she will carry to term. Are you willing to adopt nine months from now?