Why not? This is unfair- a woman should not be expected to give birth to an unwanted child- especially if she was raped. The catholic church needs to change their opinion on alot of things- eg. contraception, gay marriage.
It is a fact that mistakes happen, and if said woman has deemed herself worthy of becoming a saint- I do not see how an abortion could change this.
Women risk their lives to give birth. It's unfair to assume that the child will 50% belong to the father- because the mother does all the work of carrying and giving birth to the child. If I became pregnant and decided to keep the child, I'd know what I'm getting myself into- I wouldn't need some man telling me what to do. It's a faschist idea that abortion has anything to do with men... unless one of them managed to get pregnant.
You can't get money for nothing There are many jobs that need doing that local governments can't afford to pay for, from simple things like street cleaning, to voluntary employment as a tutor for schoolchildren finding difficulty in eg. maths (crb check neccesary)
Of course, single parents/carers for someone with a disability should not be made to work, for that, in itself, is a job. But capable people expecting benefits because they can't find/ can't be bothered to find a job is unfair- especially to people working on a low wage and having to pay excessive tax.
Progected points I just have to attempt to balance this one. I think there are 'good' and 'evil', but no-one is purely either of these, and everyone has a mix. Anything- an action, an intention- would also be a mix. But still, you can't really measure 'evilness' so there is no way to prove anything.