I'm pro-choice -- sort of ...
I visited Hungary in the mid-1960s when it was the first country to legalize abortion.
I had a long conversation with an OB-GYN at a picturesque restaurant, dining on elk. ("Eek!")
He had performed (not "committed") thousands of abortions and delivered thousands of babies.
I asked him if the abortions gave him any trouble...
He paused and said: " No. I have learned that when a woman wants to have a baby she will risk life to do so. And when when she wants to abort a fetus she will risk life to do so. "
So legalize it?
Makes seense to me...
But after I saw the sonogram of my youngest child, it was clear to me that there was life there.
I once came up with a faux political slogan to describe my view:
"It's murder and I'm for it."