Well, when someone supports the subhuman, inhuman and inhumane brutal dismembering murder of beautiful, healthy, innocent and defenseless human babies you simply cannot expect them to base their view on anything even near the realm of logic (or ethics, for that matter).
The main argument of the pro-abortionist with whom Greg Koukl speaks is that unless you are personally doing something to help those babies after they are born then you have no right to be pro-life.
You may need to familiarize yourself with Hermeneutics if you think that Hermeneutics refers to that guy from the Munsters.
That is not Hermeneutics, that is Herman Munster (incidentally, one childhood memory of mine is watching the Munsters in Peru whilst visiting my aunt and uncle—yeah, but ask me to remember something important: oi vey!).
Greg Koukl, of Stand to Reason, sent out an interesting email regarding the atheist position dejour (which, actually, even now seems to be becoming the atheist position of yesteryear—I will comment on this point after his statements):