JM, you've never been very good at wrapping your mind around the distinctions involved in the legalities of abortion and what Roe v Wade allows.<quoted text> Uh no,that is not a "different viewpoint". It is doubletalk. You can't say that you are pro the womans choice what to do with her pregnancy and then turn around and say that you agree with restricting her choices when YOU feel the baby should have protection. It has nothing to do with being in lockstep with anyone else. Who do you think you are kidding here?
Say what you mean, mean what you say.
You think it's hypocritical following the law regarding viability, but you always seem to forget abortion is still legally allowed following viability if woman's life is endanger. Nothing hypocritical about that at all.