The following article is taken from: http://www.pro-lifearticles.org/Misguided-Arguments.html
The purpose of this post is not to trash and put down another website but to merely offer another point of view.
You will sometimes hear this stated by members of the general public, but it is more commonly said by politicians who are trying to "finesse" the abortion issue. The trick is to appear philosophically pro-life so they do not have to defend the reality of abortion, and functionally, pro-abortion so they do not upset the abortion lobby. They think that this is a shrewd view, when in fact it is just a cowardly one. Unfortunately, for political expediency, many of our "Catholic" politicians take this hypocritical and shameful position!
Understand that the only logical basis for someone to be "personally opposed to abortion" is because they realize that abortion terminates the life of an innocent human being. While claiming to believe that, however, they say it should be legal. So what they are really saying is, "Abortion is the intentional killing of a helpless child, but I wouldn't do anything to stop it. I am willing to look the other way while someone else takes the life of a child".
That is a smoke screen. Only a coward and/or a hypocrite would concede that unborn children are living human beings but that it is none of his (or her) business if someone wants to abort them.
It is no different than saying that they are opposed to rape but it is none of their business if men want to rape women, or that rape is not an area in which the government should be involved.
We live in a nation where over 3,000 innocent children lose their lives each and every day to the intentional act of abortion. If this is not an area of legitimate governmental interest, then the government has no legitimate interest at all!”
I am 100% Pro Life but by no means am I going to tell those who are getting abortions that they are wrong and I am right. That’s not the way to go about this. As Pro-Life Youth we need to encourage people to keep their children, not make the “right choice.” By saying “make the right choice” we are implying that they are wrong and this will automatically cause them to build walls up against us and shut us out. Whereas encouraging them to keep this blessing from God is a much more positive, Christian way of saying things.
The Pro-Life movement isn’t about us being right or wrong. None of us know what God considers right or wrong because we haven’t met him. Yes, we can get evidence that this may be the “right” choice from the Bible, but that doesn’t matter. The children matter more than a “HAH! I was right!”