No Common Ground

Usually, the Bee's articles make me laugh. I just can't at this. (Not a swipe at you, BoB, or the Bee, just, you know, the subject is so unfunny.)

I ran across this article the other day at Christianity Today which I've been meaning to pass along to PoliNationals so since I'm clearing tabs today…:

Are Pro-Life and Pro-Choice Women Any Closer to Finding Common Ground?

Just seemed so strange to me. There really isn't any common ground. There are other issues pro-life and women's marchers might have in common, like, as it says, "shared concern over abuse at the hands of men in power," but on the main issue, what kind of commonality could there be between pro-life and anti-life - uh, I mean pro-"choice"??