Originally Posted by Arkie
The Constitution bases rights on individuals. It doesn't define when an individual human becomes an individual person. The human embryo is a "totally unique being" (or individual) with a DNA combination from both offspring. Scientifically, it's human. Legally, it's not a person yet. It's illegal to kill people, but it's not illegal to kill human beings before they become people.
The constitution as scotus ruled gives a women a right for this legal medical procedure. You may disagree with it but it is what it is. The constitution only applies once you are born.