Roe v Wade is a woman's right to privacy and to do as she chooses in making her own decisions, among other things.
That's not regulating morality, that's regulating what other people believe either by religion or by their own beliefs and by their own so called moral standards, which take away a woman's rights.
For pro-lifer folks (rejecting your retarded and childish procolomation of "anti-choice" as much as those who claim pro-choice individuals are "pro-abortion"), the mindset is not one of enforcing morals. Rather, it's an extension of the commonly held notion that one of the legitimate roles of government is to protect the livelihood of an individual who is physically incapable or nigh incapable of protecting themselves.
Just like someone who believes the government has a place in stepping in to keep a father from ending the life of his 3 year old son for reasons other than "regulating morality", someone who believes the government has a place in stepping in to keep a mother from ending the life of her unborn son for reasons otehr than "regulating morality". It is not an instance of needing to regulate morality, but rather to protect the rights of those who can not reasonable protect themselves.
As to regulating morality by the government, in general I believe it has no place in doing so if the PRIMARY purpose of a law is to in terms of regulating morality. However, I think there are reasonable times where morality being regulated is a potential side effect of a law.
"I am appalled that somebody who is the nominee...would take that kind of position"
"A court took away a presidency"
"...the brother of a man running for president was the governor of the state..."
It's horrifying because Trump is blunt instead of making overt implications.
Then, they won't call it homicide, they call it feticide.
It's what republican lawmakers did in Wisconsin, pretty much, they changed the words of vaginal invasions to some fancy wording to push legislation to probe women's private parts.
My vote is other. I feel that morality is a personal ideology that can certainly vary person to person. I think the only function that the government should serve is to preserve the right of all Americans to observe their own moral conduct and that no government (federal, state or local) should attempt to press the moral majority on any minority. Each person should be free to pursue their own life as they see fit.