Do my homework? According to you rights of a baby are all about location. Move the baby 3 inches from inside to outside the womb and it arbitrarily has rights as a person. Absurd.
Ahhh, another thing you don't understand. Leaving aside that this doesn't apply to me at all, since I do not agree with abortion up to term, if you think that the only thing that happens at birth is that the baby moves 3 inches, then you are sadly uninformed. There are massive physiological changes, particularly to the respiratory and circulatory systems. The biological difference between a foetus ten minutes before birth and a baby ten minutes after are profound.
The no-rights claim is what all abusers and tyrants say: Slaves were considered non-persons at one time, then 3/4's of a person. Jews in Nazi Germany had no legal rights.
So what? The Nazis did X.
The Nazis were evil.
Therefore X is evil.
This is a faulty premise. If something is morally bad then that moral badness stands on its own. You shouldn't need to make dishonest comparisons to try and force it to look bad. And no, abortion, while not a good thing, is in my opinion nowhere near as bad as the evil of dictating to a woman that she must carry a pregnancy to term.
My words don't even begin to describe the horror of a baby in the womb attempting to swim away from the abortionists instruments that will decapitate her/him and vacuum her/his bloody and broken body into a tube for disposal or bisect for body parts resale.
I refer you to my previous comments on emotionally gut-renching falsehoods being a poor substitute for actual reason.
Do you understand the emotional pain and guilt a woman who has had an abortion often faces for her entire life?
No. Never experienced it. I have experienced the joy, thankfulness and relief from stress experienced by the women I have assisted who chose to have an abortion. I don't know about lasting an entire life, but I still get Christmas cards 15 years later.