In a sense, they are.
Women who are willing to use abortion as birth control are born with a weak maternal instinct. That makes them less likely to want children as other women.
To pro abortion women, children are basically property. While it is possible for such women to decide they want to acquire one or more children, abortion damages the reproductive organs. A pregnant woman who has had an abortion is as likely to lose the fetus as a woman who smokes during pregnancy. Unlike the smoker who can quit to save her baby, a post-abortive woman cannot undo the abortion. Each abortion she has had causes more damage and makes her less likely to carry a child to term or even conceive.
I saw a video of a woman who was upset because three abortions had left her unable to conceive--which she learned when she went to a gynecologist to find out why she wasn't conceiving when she actually wanted to have a living baby for a change. I don't have much sympathy for her; if her maternal instinct was so weak that she fell so easily for pro-abortion propaganda, it's best that her genes are not represented in the gene pool.
We've had two generations of legal and highly accessible abortion. The impact of abortion on the gene pool is showing: around 800,000 abortions are committed each year, down from a high of nearly 1.6 million per year. It is cruel, but a lot of babies carrying genes for a weak maternal instinct have been weeded out of the gene pool.
IVF is counteracting this bottleneck in one sense:
wealthy psychopaths are still able to afford hormone treatment and surrogate parents. Fortunately, it is unlikely that Obamacare will support support this for the poor as well.
The only hope in this case is that the surviving children will resent the birth parents so intensely that he or she will cut themselves off from them in every way imaginable, including ideology.
The long term hope is that civilization will day be finally rid of these animals. I have no idea how this will be possible. We’ve had 10,000 years since the fertile crescent and still no progress on the moral front.
The really scary part is that it is emotionally easier for me to dehumanize the whole lot of them than it is to accept that they are getting away with infant genocide on my dime...now that’s almost as disturbing as the killing procedure itself!