And I'm arguing that it's not a complete human life, and because it's about as advanced as a tadpole, it should be treated as such. You kill your skin cells when you scratch your ass all the time, that's human life. What about that? It's got human DNA, just like a fetus. It's not sentient, just like a fetus.
Because a tadpole has the potential to grow into a frog we treat it as such. Because an egg has the potential to become a eggmcmuffin we treat it as such. If a human fetus, or even a lower stage has the potential to become a fully grown human we should treat it as such.
Theres no "what if's" on this. Because someone isn't at the infant stage doesn't mean we have the right to eliminate that life.
And as for the "ass scratching" analogy...its actually dead
skin cells that you're "killing", so try not to put too much faith into that reference.