Why I don't respect the anti-abortion crowd

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Selective morality then.

Sort of a tad hypocritical..

But Human nature.

Nature indeed.

Though only humans, 

Overthink it.


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Selective morality then.

Sort of a tad hypocritical..
Is it selective morality?  Yes.  It's also selective morality to want to legalize a man having consensual sex with his wife but wanting to ban him from having sex with a 6 year old girl.  But this isn't hypocrisy and neither is wanting to ban the killing of innocent zygotes while mandating the killing of murderous terrorists.
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For sure, in legal and ideological terms.

Though legality and ideology are variable concepts relative to variable overthink and therefore prescribe variable outcomes. In such circumstances hypocrisy is an irrelevant concept anyway.

Though at a more base level, wanting to kill or not kill where the reasoning for such is based upon contradictory ideology  and therefore contradictory outcomes, this can be appropriately referred to as hypocritical.