Look, fact of the matter is these lawmakers are not considering real tragedies. They're not considering what others are going through. They're sitting on some hill throwing down moral decisions and religious beliefs on others that may not have those same beliefs. This is America, not some theocracy where others tell you what to believe.
Rape and incest does happen. Maybe it hasn't happened to you or directly affected you, but that doesn't give you the right to tell someone it has happened to how they should handle or react to the situation.
Them going into a hospital and having an abortion HAS NO AFFECT on you personally. Your life isn't going to change. You're not all the sudden going to be at a loss. "Holier than thou" to the extreme.
The moral argument on this issue is moot since it assumes that others have the same religious beliefs as you do. What about those who don't have the same religious beliefs or don't have a moral objection to it? Does that make them wrong? For those playing the moral card, whatever happened to not judging others?
The financial issue is surely a concern and while you dismiss it out of hand, eh, if there's a 16-year-old poor girl who is raped or ends up with an unwanted pregnancy then you think she should have to have the baby and take care of it because you want her to. What happens when she later dumps it in a trash bin behind her school? Then she's a horrible person when it could have been stopped early in the pregnancy. Sentencing someone to unwanted parentage when they know they are either not mature enough or financially able too, is a crime unto itself.
As for adoption, there are simply not enough people willing to adopt all of the unwanted pregnancies every year.
If you're a pro-life person and you've come here let me just stop you now and ask how many kids you have adopted? If you have adopted 0 then your points hold no value. You're willing to tell others what to do, to judge them, but not willing to put in place an alternative by helping out yourself.