Not an expert!
Regarding your first point: Should we lift the ban on murder and crime for the criminals and murderers' sake ('addiction', 'necessity', 'life situation', etc)? If not, then why should we do it in the case of abortion?
Regarding your second point: How is it a mere opinion that the scope of liberty does not extend to abortion anymore than it does to killing helpless, innocent, and completely dependent human beings? Do you, for instance, support the killing of the newborn by their mothers who, for argument's sake, may happen to be single? If not, then how and why would you support it if the newborn are still unborn?
Are you purposely twisting what i am saying?
states should prevent necessity...and the opinion is that it is a murder and not legalisibg murder...i explained my opinion in my first reply and several times in this thread...
this is a futile debate...you do not like it vote against it and do not do it....