This is an honest question because I am not following your logic. What about rape or incest makes it okay to perform an abortion? Maybe if I understood why you oppose abortion, I could understand. I oppose abortion because it is murdering a baby. It is also violence against women. A baby conceived by rape or incest is no less human and more violence against the woman is not a solution.
Rape and Incest make up for far less than 5% of all abortions.
If it is not possible to pass a law without those exceptions, than passing a law WITH those exceptions is perfectly acceptable and morally REQUIRED!
I don’t 100% oppose abortion.
You see, I do not view a newly fertilized egg as a person-—yet. Of course, as the fetus develops into that which clearly looks like a human, is almost, or all-but ready to survive outside the womb, then yes, I would oppose such an abortion. However, I don’t take a theological view of the situation. I take a practical view of it. I see no value/reward in destroying the next generation. Of course, there are those who say we need stem cells, and things along those lines. No thanks, not for me-—I’d rather take other avenues of research. We should protect the next generation, but, there are gray areas (in my opinion, since you asked for it)-—rape and/or incest. In cases of rape/incest, I think it is perfectly fine to immediately abort the fertilized egg/fetus. But, remember, I do not view this issue from a religious perspective.
You’re question is right on the mark. A society can’t have any moral standing to say we will outlaw all but some murders just so we can outlaw most murders.