@Blarghonius: You left military personnel off the list. Remember, all good pro-lifers are also pro-war. Because war never causes needless death.
Hoooo, this topic... It confounds me. Let's examine what happened:
A planned pregnancy sadly terminated. The remains of the embryo were not expelled, and started to decompose in the uterus. This resulted in septasemia. The only option to save the woman would have been removing the dead, foetid blastocyst from her womb. Regarding such a procedure as an abortion, doctors refused, and the woman died.
Did I get something very wrong in there? Or is that pretty much it? Because unless I'm severely mistaken, it seems the "pro-life" crowd are glad that a young woman died. Do these same "pro-life" folks get defensive of the perpetrator each time a rape-murder is committed? WTF?
Also, what does "pro-choice is death" mean? Should that be "pro-death"? 'Cause given the data, I'd be happy to compare the number of "deaths" caused by abortion against those caused by untreated dangerous pregnancy complications, war, execution, botched back-alley abortions, insufficient healthcare and religious fanaticism. I dare say some of those on their own would dwarf abortion as a cause of death, let alone all together. We already have the data on hw many abortions will be prevented by legislating against abortion, and that doesn't support the "pro-life" crowd much either.