Born, why do you think it's an "echo chamber"?
I mean... look at the intellectual heft here. First, there's you, who still has not answered whether he wants less abortions or to punish women. That single question led you to have such a hissy fit that you won't respond to any of my posts, and call me to resign as a moderator because of it.
You have Bob, who came on here to post aphotoshop of Clarence Thomas nuts in liberals face.
You have sdsu fan, who wilts at the face of any counterpoint.
You have Lawlor, who is lukewarm for it but doesn't want the smoke. That's fine, I'm like that in a lot of threads too.
There hasn't been a single cogent response to "how are you going to reduce abortions though". There's been no acknowledgement of laws that make treating ectopic pregnancy illegal. There's no recognition of in vitro requiring the destruction of fertilized ova. The point that in nations where abortion access increased, abortions themselves fell has not been addressed.
These are all very difficult questions! And there's no attempt to wrangle with them, unlike the heavy, heavy effort made to reconcile with abortion itself. There has been no self reflection to see if the cure could be worse than the current situation.
So with that, why do you think the sides of the argument should be construed as "equal"?