Alright, I gather that Clay's point here is that there are people who argue vociferously for the Right to Life, but simultaneously do not work for the well-being of those who are already born (thus being hypocritical).
While this is doubtless true of some people, I should be quick to add that there are MANY of us pro-lifers who do not stop caring for the well-being of others after birth. As a Catholic, I struggle at every election. Try to vote for a party that advances the agenda of the Faith completely. You can't. Many of my fellow democrats want to terminate the unborn, but predominant Republican economic policy will punish the poor.
I see Clay's point here, but my gut reaction was "not all of us pro-lifers are the same."