But how does this make any sense? Think about it. Basically we are contending that because the baby is in a different place, namely the mother's womb, it does not deserve human rights. But, if the baby travels 8 inches or so through the birth canal, it somehow magically attains humanity. So location determines humanity...? Who determines what location makes you human or not? Are Mexicans less human than Americans because they live to the south of the US border?
You know, there was a decision that decided that it was okay to treat certain people below a certain parallel as sub-human. It was called the Missouri Compromise. Below the 36°30' it was okay to own a slave.
Location does not determine your humanity. Simply because a human is inside the mother's womb does not mean it is any less valuable, just like living below the 36°30' parallel doesn't give people the right to own you as a slave.