1. From conception a baby is a human life as shown by it's dna.
2. It is a unique life, also shown by dna.
It is living, shown by the fact that it needs only nutrition and a friendly environment in order to grow and change.
Therefore it is a unique human person and should be given all the legal protections of any other person.
This is logic and science.
Anything else is anti-science bigotry.
Quite true. Also note that a 5 year old needs these same things in order to grow and change.
And the point of "viability" is just a measurement of the local technology since the point of "viability" is much different in a modern hospital than it is in a grass hut in Kenya.
Also, the fetus's DNA is not the same as the mother's DNA. Whoops, there goes the "A woman's body, a woman's choice!" nonsense. A fetus is not his or her mother's body. A fetus is someone else's body.
"But, but, the fetus is inside the mother's body, so the mother has the right to kill it!" In other words, the fetus lives precisely where the mother invited him or her to live by having unprotected sex. He or she is not trespassing, and has not committed a capital crime.
Moving along, there is the "personhood" idiocy.
Pro-choicers would not lay a hand on a fetus with a personhood rating of 82, but they believe that a living human being with a personhood rating of only 51 belongs in a medical waste container if mom says so.
How much personhood does someone in a coma have?
"That's different, because if we just provide a warm environment and food and dispose of his or her waste, then he or she might eventually... Oh."