I'm seeing some ingenious value in posting this poll outside the Abortion forum, as a number of people who don't normally play in the Abortion forum are playing in this thread, thus heterogeneously increasing the variety of opinion over the typically homogeneously limited polemic perspective normally found in the Abortion forum.
I'll probably get cards and letters on this one, but I'm neither ideology, pro-choice or pro-life.
I'm an ontologist in general with a substantive minor in epistemology, and I believe that seeking, finding, and presenting the facts and their meaningful truth leads to the most likely optimum resolution of the irrational conflict that is so pervasive in the Abortion debate.
Ultimately, if I would have to come up with a perspective on the matter that describes my personal position on the issue, I would find myself aligning in likely the only manner I do with former President Clinton, that abortion should be safe, legal, and rare.
Thus I support Roe v. Wade and Webster v. Reproductive Health Services, keeping abortion safe and legal up to a humane point, and bringing the new scientific state-of-the-art essentially 100% safe, effective, and convenient conception prevention "pills" for both men and women through FDA testing and cheaply to market, continuing the journey on the road to making abortion rare.