Your comment is not an equal statement. Supporting a candidate that has had a divorce or uses birth control pills is not equal in supporting a candidate that WILL VOTE on abortion issues in congress or pass abortion related laws. Their divorce affects themselves, their spouse and their 3 children (if they have them). The 9 members of the supreme court and the 100 senators, 435 house members, have the power to impact how much money in the largest budget in the world is spent towards policies that support abortion, etc. Because someone has had a divorce, does not mean they will try to pass laws that "support divorce" or to "destroy families". However, a person who supports abortion will attempt to pass laws that offer abortion funding.