We know it's not guaranteed gestation, too. The body could, and frequently does, expel a given z/e/f at ANY time, without the woman's consent, and regardless of whether she considers it a 'person' or not. Therefore, until birth, a fetus is potentially a person. Before that, it's a proposition... a hope... a conglomeration of human cells that 'looks like a baby' after a long enough period of time has passed.<quoted text>
Again, she said it was a 'potential' somebody and it isn't. You can't be a 'potential' somebody. If you exist, then you are what you are and we know the fetus does exist.
Babies, however, are born.
That's the breaks, babe.