If you're an American voter and you're still undecided today, please read this New Yorker editorial and think hard about it before you go to the polls:
And to those of you for whom opposing abortion is the most important issue in this campaign, please ask yourselves honestly why protecting a horde of merely potential human beings who are more likely than ever to be born into crushing poverty is more important to you than ensuring that there is a clean, prosperous, and stable world for them to live on.
If you don't like abortion, don't have one, but please, for the sake of us all, don't let that get in the way of dealing with the real problems we face here in the real world. Real, feeling people are suffering in real, horrendous ways now. You are part of the world economy, and you are without doubt feeling the pain yourself.
If you vote only with the goal of ending access to abortion in mind, you may call yourself "pro-life," but in reality you are voting against lifeagainst the lives of the real, breathing, thinking, suffering people who are your friends, family, and fellow humans.