Basically its argueing the legal time frame for abortions and was influenced by this:
so long as they do it within the legal time frame.
You could have 2 rooms in a hospital side by side, 1 for premature babies and 1 for abortions. A baby could be being aborted at 24 weeks in 1 room whilst at the other the doctors are trying to save a premature baby delivered at 24 weeks: and with technology and techniques getting better and better it is possible for a baby to survive at this point. This means that a baby aborted at 24 weeks is being killed rather than aborted - as it may be able to survive on its own.
Now, like I said I couldn't back myself up, and 24 weeks may be a little early - it may be 25 or maybe a couple of weeks more from when a baby can survive: if anyone can find any facts etc. I'd like to read them.
What do you think? 24 weeks is too long a time frame?