You'll always be able to find an edge case to beat up the general principle with, but you're ignoring the bulk of the cases to try and win an argument.
You *still* haven't grasped my position. My position is that there are only two positions that can be justified on moral grounds:
1. No abortions at all.
2. Wide availability of abortions (before some point, which could be consciousness, or viability, etc.)
People may hold other positions, but they cannot be justified on religious or moral grounds.