...illiterate? I don't think you used the right word.
I am Pro-Life and Pro-Choice at the same time. There are many choices available to women: Abstinence, Contraception, Adoption & Motherhood. The options in contraception are endless. Anyway,...
Abortion is murder. Therefore, anyone who advocates 'that' option is Pro-Murder.
Pro-Life doesn't want to control a women's bodies in any way, shape or form. They are just against murder and the option of killing/exterminating/ending a human life.
38 states have fetal homicide laws. If the fetus is life, should it not have the right to protection from interference & the right to life, shouldn't it? Amendment V: "...nor shall any person [...] be deprived of life.." The most fundamental right of all inalienable rights is the right to life; without it, all other rights become mute (or obsolete).
Article 3 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948) states, "Everyone has the right to life, liberty, and security of person." Article 12 of the UDHR states, "Everyone has the right to the protection of the law against such interference or attacks."
Americans enjoy many fundamental liberties which are protected by the US Constitution: The right to abortion is not one of these freedoms. The right for a mother to freely murder her unborn child is not one of these constitutional protections. When people are deprived of their basic human rights (including the right to life ), their civil rights are violated. The life inside the woman is not her own and shouldn't be her decision to murder without penalty or repercussion!
Also, you asked, "Why would someone getting an abortion, bother you?" Because I'm against murder, and murder is bad, and murderers should go to jail. Also, because I'm against a society that believes that murder is okay, depending on the situation.
Also, you stated, "Pro-life people should be mandated to adopt ten children". I believe that all abortions should be completely free along with a free hysterectomy.
I think that a woman should have the absolute right to decide whether or not to CREATE life.
I don't think that a woman should have the absolute right to decide whether or not to END a life.