Slavery is immoral because it is the violent coercion of human beings to be other peoples' property and be their forced labour to make a profit for them, and it destroys the dignity and autonomy of the slave. That is a completely different situation than someone exercising their autonomy to make a choice about an abortion for a fetus that doesn't yet have autonomy. No one is profiting from that situation - it's the result of social failures, as I said above.We are so off the rails. Now it has turned into a whole conversation of liberals vs conservatives. I'm not interested in that debate. I don't need to change ppl to my beliefs on taxes, school choice etc. but what you are saying, if I can use my analogy again is 'if you want to abolish slavery, then you must give all the land owners an easy way to get cheap labor'. That doesn't follow logically. IF something is immoral, it must be abolished. Period. End of story. It doesn't mean we have to now pay for day care, although I gladly would if that was the trade. I don't think you all are understanding my point. My point is that the unborn are human beings and therefore, deserve protection under the law. They ought not be killed for convenience.
You can ALWAYS give the child up for adoption if you are unable to care for him/her. Crisis averted.
Adoption comes with its whole set of issues. Plus the pregnant woman is still going to need a lot of medical care and resources if the child has any hope of being adopted - and this is assuming she is even willing and able to go through a forced pregnancy to provide a child for someone else. Not everyone wants to adopt a child of colour. And not much of a market for kids with damaged brains from maternal alcohol or drug use, with disabilities, etc.