The poster's comment does not contradict ITSELF - it contradicts YOUR morality. If a woman knows she cannot raise a child, it would be immoral, in my view, for her to bring it into the world to starve, or be abused, neglected, abandoned, or any of a host of other things.<quoted text>
Your comment contradicts itself. You are stating that the self-interest of the parent is a moral thing to do, when morallity actually is when you act in the interest of others.Your idea of what is in the best interest of the child, seems to be more in the self-interest of the parent.
But, since once the child IS born, it's 'no longer your concern', that sort of thing doesn't bother you as much, as the law allowing her to make her own decision on the matter does.
I think it's your morality that should be in question here. There are 6.79 BILLION humans in the world already. Why not try to make life better for them, rather than add to the misery by deliberately causing more of it?