In the the United States there is a large segment of the population that is extremely anti-abortion. This group is predominately conservative and highly religious--and mostly Christian.
What is also true is that the US also has one of the highest infant morality rates in the world, particularly among developed nations.
Many (perhaps most) of the people most opposed to abortion, it seems, are the same group opposed to providing the publicly-funded medical care that would save infants' lives. This is certainly true of most of this groups' political leaders.
Publicly-funded, high quality medical care is the reason other countries' infant mortality rates are much lower than those in the United States.
This to me represents an hypocrisy of demonstrably deadly proportion. This group would compel a women to have a child, and deny the child the care that would help insure his or her life beyond a few months of age.
I wonder how Christian conservatives rationalize their love for the unborn with, what seems to be, a callous and cruel contempt for infants. Do not living infants deserve as much love and protection as the unborn? It seems the answer is "No!" for many if not most Christian conservatives.