Since when has human life past 20 weeks of development become a matter of opinion. You're of the opinion it can/should be put to death at the whim of any potential mother. Why not 24 weeks...or 32. Amazed at the logic some use to justify death of something that has civil rights no more than a few inches of travel.
Just so you know...I have no enforcement power.
the whole point of the debate is that it's not cut-and-dried human life. you're framing the argument like it's "to kill human life or not to kill, that's the question of the hour" with liberals sharpening the baby knives and republicans grabbing shields to stop them. maybe you could try acknowledging that there is a legitimate philosophical debate as to when life starts and ends. it might clear your lens of reasoning and enter the mainstream relevancy in a national dialogue instead of standing on the fringe demanding justice for babykillers.
that being said, this is one issue that i tend to be fairly conservative on. i think, for ethical reasons, that erring on the side of caution is a solid plan, and i'm all for term limits on abortions past the age of viability.