See my response at the bottom of the previous page re: carrying a doomed baby being a mere 'inconvenience'. If your wife felt that the guilt she would feel over the abortion would outweigh the stress of the 'inconvenience', she's free to make that choice, and more power to her. Most women I know would not, and I would never ask a woman to do that. I know that makes me an accessory to murder in this crowd...tough.
I just read the post in question. What you said in that post does not speak to my remarks. You say, that in the specific hypothetical circumstances in question, a woman's delivering this baby would be an "ordeal" rather than an "inconvenience". I don't deny that, but I would suggest that having an abortion is trading one ordeal for another. Some feminists, in order to toe the party line, might claim otherwise, but abortion is always an ordeal for women.
It is the nature of women to be the bearers and nurturers of children. Women's bodies are designed to bear children for 9 months and then nurture them with their milk for months after giving birth. Physically, men and women are clearly different in this way. The idea that they be physically different but psychologically indistinguishable is a-scientific, illogical, politically correct, feminist claptrap. If women's bodies are physically designed for them to be the bearers and nurturers of children, they are psychologically designed to be the same, as well. No amount of egalitarian, feminist dogma to the contrary is every going to change that. If the feminine mind is psychologically predisposed to bearing and nurturing children (such as the motherly instinct of self-sacrifice on behalf of her children) then abortion, which is violently contrary to that nature, will be a traumatic experience.
Abortion serves the interests of one group of people, and one group of people alone. That group consists of psychologically immature males who wish to shirk the responsibility society places on men of loving, marrying, and supporting the women who bear their children. You will find an irresponsible young man pressuring his pregnant girlfriend to have an abortion far more often than you will find a wife having an abortion against the wishes of her husband. The language of "supporting" one's wife/girlfriend/partner in her "choice" to have an abortion, is the language of irresponsible men who wish to place a pleasant mask on their own irresponsibility. I am not saying that that is what a husband in this extremely unusual hypothetical situation would be doing, necessarily, just that the language is the same.