So, we are reduced to argument by slogan. The whole nub of the controversy of abortion is that there is no agreement on what is good and what is evil, or even if good or evil are relevant at all. I don't think that amputation of limbs is a good thing, or a bad thing. It is sometimes a necessary thing, and preventing those for whom it is necessary from getting one, would be a bad thing. I feel the same about abortion. You may query the necessity, but it's not your business. Or mine. If a woman and her doctor feel that an abortion is necessary, then that is good enough for me. It should be good enough for anyone, just as it would be if they decided it wasn't necessary. Interfering in the intimate details of other people's lives in order to judge their morality, whether it is abortion or sexuality or gender, is odious and reprehensible. Too mean-spirited to be evil, just nasty, sanctimonious, frequently hypocritical, bad smell unpleasantness. It is becoming the uniform of the Christian Right.When good and evil line up to do battle, sir, NO ONE can be neutral.
Neutrality, is, by definition, support of evil.