All of which is another way of saying that pro-abortion extremists have captured the moral low ground in the battle over abortion rights. As Jack Wheeler explains, in a piece at WorldNetDaily about "The beginning of the end of abortion",
...Confederate Southerners held many decent values – but on slavery they were morally wrong. No relativistic morals here, no "that's just your opinion" situational ethics, no wiggles, hesitations or qualifiers. Slavery is immoral, period – even the LibDems agree.If you're wondering how a libertarian can be against abortion, read here, here, and here.
Thus the teachable moment – for abortion is morally no different than slavery, the claim that one human being may own another as personal property to be disposed of if the owner so chooses.
Thus we need to refer to abortion as "the peculiar institution," and Roe v. Wade as disgracefully unconstitutional as Dred Scott. Watch for this to happen. Watch for abortion advocates to be increasingly on the defensive as they are made to understand the moral equivalence between abortion and slavery....