So a point of "viability" is the point in which you define when abortions should stop. I did read your entire post, I am sorry you are not going to take the time to read my own. In summary, parasite issue is degrading and wrong and that my point is the following:
1. This baby in the womb is scientifically a living human with distinct and scientifically verifiable qualities which confirm this fact. This is not, by definition a parasite or something other than a human with life and dignity.
2. All innocent human life should be protected from death.
3. Therefore, a baby in the womb should be protected from death.
Therefore, I believe you are saying one of the following:
1. The baby in the womb is either not human.
2. That some innocent human life should not be protected from death (murder).
Thus, I am trying to find a place for life. Yet, in your most recent statement you said essentially #1 does not matter. Why? You said it does not matter when you define life.
Therefore, by your own admission you disagree with this phrase, "All innocent human life should be protected from death".
Of course I disagree with it. Death is not to be feared, nor do we need protection from it if the afterlife is as you believe. And when the life would not be a good life, when it would be full of pain and suffering and injustice, I am not the one to make the decision on if that person lives or not. It's not my choice to make. I can do what I can in supporting those in difficult decisions, of opening my heart and my home to them, of making donations, but I cannot condemn or shun those who are faced with that choice or the result of it.
That is the only rational conclusion to your last post. Therefore, you hold the same belief as Hitler, Mussolini, Stalin, etc... I would be glad to argue for my viewpoint "that all innocent human life should be protected from murder."
That is it in a nutshell. You do not believe all innocent human life should be protected from death (murder) and I do.
I accept that you believe it is murder, Decrease, but as a grown, thinking adult who has informed hersself quite a bit on this subject, I think I am owed the courtesy of respect of my beliefs and my refusal to make such a personal decision for others.