Well, it's a philosophical question. But to us, ethically, having an early abortion and taking birth control pills are the same procedure, because certain types of birth control prevent the development of a fertilized egg and leads to miscarriage.
taking certain birth control pills is just as much an abortion as anything else. It's somewhat interesting that many people who would demonstrate against an abortion service think nothing of taking birth control pills. Ethically, you cannot differentiate between the two.
While I find the doctor to be involved in repugnant practices, I can respect the fact that he is intellectually honest enough to tell the truth about there being no difference between early abortion and "the Pill." How many people in the pro-life movement can say that they are as honest about it? How many women stand in front of clinics and condemn the things happening inside, and shed tears for the babies being butchered behind closed doors and all the while their own unborn children die as they stand on the sidewalk picketing?
Is it a lack of education or a willful blindness which allows this hypocrisy to flourish? Doesn't being pro-life and believing that every child truly is a gift from God mean every child? Even the one you would call inconvenient? Let's just all aspire to at least be as honest with ourselves as the abortionist. Wouldn't it be sad if he were the only honest man in the debate?