I never knew there was an over-the-counter "morning after" pill -- until I saw the ads on the internet radio station I listen to Christmas music on at work. If your regular birth control fails, says the ad, just relax: you've always got "Plan B" to fall back on.
Euphemistically called "emergency contraceptives," "Plan B" levonorgestrel tablets are "not intended to replace regular birth control," and should only be used in "emergencies." They are available without a prescription, unless you're a minor, in which case they're available with a prescription. They work by preventing the fertilized egg (i.e., the newly-conceived human being) from implanting in the wall of the uterus.
So this is an over-the-counter abortion. What a wonderful advance in medical science. Now you can have all the benefits of abortion without all the muss and fuss of vacuums, dilation and curettage, needles, saline solution, and bloody pieces of little baby all over the place. You just pass the baby and flush it down the toilet. It dies in the sewer, and you are spared a major inconvenience.
And, incidentally, what a wonderful thing to look at while listening to "Away in a Manger."