If I reject the premise that I must vote for whomever opposes abortion with the most ferocity--at least rhetorically--to the exclusion of all other issues, it does not entail accepting another premise that abortion is acceptable. If I accept the premise that there are economic components to decision-making regarding abortion, it does not entail my acceptance of a premise that abortion is entirely driven by economics. I am still free to accept the premise that abortion is never acceptable, even if individual situations where it is chosen are less morally culpable than others. I don't want to believe that this is entirely too much nuance in today's environment. I'm hoping for the best; don't let me down.