Or we could consider reality, recognizing that those pregnancies, if obligated by law to be gestated, would result in over a million unwanted babies, not aborted fetuses, each year. Real, living, infants, who need love and care, shelter, food, water, diapers, clothing, medicines, etc. etc. etc.<quoted text>
You said pro lifers don't care about children after they are born and then you say one million abortions far outnumber 42,000 adoptions. I don't believe there is a market to adopt aborted fetuses, do you? I pointed out that pro choice Planned Parenthood is more concerned about aborting the unborn than they are about placing children up for adoption. Let's just say you got carried away with psycho babble and leave it at that.
The current adoption paradigm falls far short of capability to place them in loving homes. If they're not white, healthy, and under a year old, they don't get readily adopted, especially in states where the pool of adoptive parents is halved by laws prohibiting single people and/or gays from doing so.