This makes me sad, but it seems to be the popular opinion around where I live too. Restrictions on what kind of abortion is "okay" just seems so iffy to me in addition to the funding. I know this is a bit off the issue here, but I just get scared when a bunch of middle aged white men try to define and limit what rape is, and I think things like this don't help. I guess I can see people who aren't pro-choice not wanting to pay for them, but meh, my money goes to a lot of things I don't support. I also don't care for pro-choice people who seem to be pro-choice, except for...
Not saying this is you, but I'm just projecting here haha. Abortions can be expensive, and I'd rather my money go to help pay for one than a woman have a baby she doesn't want or have an unsafe abortion because she can't terminate. Do you support taxpayer money going towards birth control?
On that issue my fiscal libertarianism came into conflict with my social libertarianism and my fiscal side won.
I didn't vote out of a bibical "abortion is evil" standpoint like most people who are going to vote that way are , but i don't think taxes should go to bailing out someone for being irresponsible and not using the resources our taxes already pay for like sex ed classes , condoms , and birth control.
Like i said i know it was an unpopular choice but i had to stick to my guns on that one