Sarah Palin of course walks the walk on this issue. For an alternative view from a pro-abort fanatic who has a Down Syndrome child, claims to love her, and still opposes laws banning abortion for Down Syndrome children, go here. Oh yes, she also says that if she knew her child, that she claims to now love, had Down Syndrome, she would not have hesitated to abort.
There are many folks — some of whom are in the Down syndrome community — who look at my story and point to it smugly as a tale of a woman who thought having a child with Down syndrome would be her worst nightmare, but triumphed. But my relationship with my daughter was something that had to develop on its own; if I had had a prenatal diagnosis, but had been forced to continue the pregnancy like Ohio legislators want, it would have been a disaster.
Of course all this stems from the pro-abort view that all children may be slain in utero at the whim of the mother, for any and no reason. Abortion is a text book example of the fact that if some people benefit, or think they benefit, from something, no matter how heinous, they will find ways to convince themselves, or to pretend to convince themselves, that what they wish to do is fit and proper, even when it manifestly is evil.