But maybe there's a more interesting question anyway. What do the antiabortionists expect to happen if they do finally get their way? They are like the dog who chases cars, with no idea of what it would it do with a car if it ever caught one.
I've said it before, and I will continue to say that it will the downfall of the conservative movement to overturn Roe v Wade. I am continually amazed by how many conservatives do not seem to realize it. The anit-abortion vote is too large a group to lose, and regardless of how much the current Republicans in power state that ending all abortion is their intention, they will not go through with it because they need the pro-life movement behind them.
And finally, it's much harder to take away a right that people have had than to never give it to them in the first place.
Abortion has been lawful for 32 years. Millions of girls and women have had the procedure. Its legal availability has been a social given for so long that it is imprinted in the basic assumptions of citizenship.
You can't put smoke back into a bottle. There's a name for trying. It's "Prohibition."