Yes, abortion is far more a concern than war.
If the US were even to suffer a terrorist attack everyday in which 100 Americans lost their lives, that would only amount to 36 500 deaths per year. This is hardly comparable to the 1 million deaths by abortion annually.
Over and above any moral or ethical issues (which I am not discarding at all!), this makes the most absolute kind of sense.
Modern government is a numbers game. He with the most numbers (people) wins. Abortion and euthanasia reduce the number of people on the side of the West and Christianity. Something like that has far more impact than a simple war or the occasional death sentence.
You just picked a random number "out of a hat". In one day they killed about 3,000 people. They are committed to kill ALL infidels, as in non-muslims.
On the other hand, non-muslims, meaning U.S. citizens, are the ones who are destroying the unborn children.
There is a comparison...the murder of the innocents.
The Catholic bishops and I stand together on the evil of abortion, yet they have lost credibility with me in the cover-up of pedophile priests.
Who can we trust?
True, and stunning.
But there's more to it than even that. With war, your direct aim is not killing, and certainly you're not targetting the innocent.
That first claim may seem counterintuitive, but it's true: you're not directly intending to kill enemy combatants, but to stop them. This can be proven by the fact that after a battle, enemy combatants who have been stopped (but not killed) are given medical care, hospitalized, and held under humane conditions as prisoners, thus proving that the cental intention of warfare is not to kill --- not even to kill aggressors--- but to stop them.
However, abortion is the directly intended killing of the innocent. And not just "innocent" --- it's your own child.
That's why it's always, intrinsically and grievously wrong; whereas a justly-waged war can be honorable, and truly in the service of justice and peace.