I know; especially if those abortions are being paid for by others. Obviously if people want to have children, then they'll put the money into it; I'm simply saying that if you offer people abortions covered under health care, many people will take advantage of them, regardless of the mental/physical trauma they might endure. Let me try and say it this way: if my neighbor's house burns down, and an investigation determines that it was arson (by a third party), or some unavoidable circumstance, I might be willing to offer compensation to aid in the reparations for that family. However, if the house burned down because someone left a cigarette balancing precariously on an ashtray, I would be less willing to offer my services in repairing their comfort. Likewise, if a fourteen year old girl is raped, I can agree with the government authorizing her to draw from some pool of funds that would pay for an abortion and counseling for her. However, I'm not willing to pay for pregnancies that happen between two consenting parties; that is something within their control, and something I should not be responsible for. Obviously I'm drawing lines that may be difficult to practically enforce; but ideally, this is how I feel. A pool of money for extreme cases such as the one I described would require much less from people than one that is designed to cover all abortions, regardless of the circumstances. That is just asinine, in my opinion.