This says it all when it comes to pro-abortion logic:
The political left is obsessed with rights. But what are rights? What rights do we actually have, and what makes them rights in the first place? Many people blur the lines between what they believe ought to be rights and real inalienable rights. The ability for a citizenry to choose its own leaders (vote), that’s a right. For example, the ability to cast a vote and have election officials take your word for it that you are who you say you are for realzies, not so much.
What can you possibly say to someone who believes abortion is a right which needs to be secured and protected, but doesn’t believe being born is a right; birth being a necessary life event which must occur prior to the right to an abortion. If it isn’t true that life is a basic human right by virtue of being a member of the human family, on what basis can you claim any rights at all?
Doesn’t this ever strike the abortion defender as odd? If abortion is an inalienable right, as some believe, then every aborted girl has been denied the right to her own abortion: the very procedure they argue must not be infringed in any degree!