"You don't see many of these white anti-abortion women volunteering to have any black fetuses transplanted into their uterus, do you? No, you don't see 'em adopting a whole lotta crack babies, do ya? No, that might be something Christ might do."
1. The technology to transplant fetuses does not yet exist.
2. Plenty of pro-life white women have black husbands and biracial children. So while they didn't "transplant" partly black fetuses, they certainly helped to put them there.
*Between 1882 and 1968, 3,446 Blacks were lynched in the U.S. That number is surpassed in less than 3 days by abortion. EVERY WEEK abortion kills twice as many black people than the Ku Klux Klan has killed in its entire history. (This doesn't include black women who die in botched abortions or who develop breast cancer at 4.7 times the rate of black women who have not experienced abortion.)
White anti-abortion women don't want black children in their wombs? Heck, George! By supporting abortion, you don't even want them in your world!
5. Ever the black advocate, Carlin mentions black children in tandem with "crack babies". Someone please remind him that all drug-exposed babies are not black. And someone please inform him that plenty of people adopt special needs children, including drug and alcohol-exposed children.
7. I personally know two different white women who adopted black children (most of whom happened to be drug-exposed at birth). The first friend adopted a sibling group of five plus another. All of the children (except the non-sibling) were drug-exposed. The other adopted two, non-exposed children (and btw, her parents have several adopted children, but they do practice discrimination: they will only adopt children with Down syndrome). In addition, these women belong to groups full of women just like them.
8. All of this is beside the point. As Alcorn points out, a fellow can deem it unethical for his neighbor to beat his wife even if he isn't willing to marry her and give her a home.
So it is possible to decry unethical behavior even when one doesn't provide a solution. That's good news for PETAphiles. It means they can gripe about what happens to animals without being responsible for providing homes, food, healthcare, etc. for every critter on earth.
Carlin is shifting the discussion from the morality of abortion to whether one has a solution to particular social problems. It absolutely has no bearing on the fact that abortion results in the death of human beings who, according to the Declaration of Independence, have the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
Our forefathers are rolling in their graves.
(Our multi-cultural children are rolling into theirs.)