There's an excellent post up over on American Street about the true aim of the Far Right Christians in regards to abortion and the rest of it -- and it's absolutely correct: the Leviticans, Bushco, Brooks, the Natalists, the rest of them, they do not intend to stop at abortion. They're aiming right at overturning our right to access reliable birth control as well.
It wasn't that long ago -- 1965, as this post notes -- that birth control was, in fact, not available.
It's still not available, if you're poor, if you're ignorant, if you're underage.
Plenty of people like it that way.
You want to ask yourself why.
What could anyone possibly gain by keeping birth control -- control of her own body -- out of the hands of a woman?
Asking that question gives you the answer, doesn't it?