Answer #2: Rape is never the fault of the child; the guilty party, not an innocent party should be punished
Answer #3: The violence of abortion parallels the violence of rape.
In ProLife Answers to ProChoice Arguments Randy Alcorn explains answer #3 quickly and simply so this time instead of summarizing I'll just directly quote it all:
"One woman says, 'When a woman exercises her right to control her own body in total disregard of the body of another human being, it is called abortion. When a man acts out the same philosophy, it is called rape.'
There is a close parallel between the violent attack on an innocent woman that happens in a rape and the violent attack on a innocent child that happens in an abortion. Both are done in response to a subjective and misguided sense of need, and both are done at the expense of an innocent person. The woman might not hate her child the way the rapist might hate his victim, but this is no consolation to the child. Regardless of the motives or disposition of his mother, he is just as brutally killed.
The violence of abortion is no solution to the violence of rape. The killing of the innocent by abortion is no solution to the hurting of the innocent by rape."