some of us would not choose this action, but who am i to tell someone their choice
So if we are not God, how come we can lock up or execute people for killing someone else? That isn't an argument at all. Of course we, as a society, have to take action sometimes, and have to try to identify the absolutely strongest moral standpoint, and to set an example, support moral actions, and outlaw immoral actions. And this discussion is about how life, once created, should be sacrosanct. About how at the start, human life is, yes, extremely fragile, and should be nurtured, along with the woman whose role it is to protect this tiny life. To offer her the option of extinguishing this life undermines the very foundation of all of our lives. If it is so easy, and so allowable, for this little life to be snuffed out ... then who are we? And to be snuffed out because ... it doesn't suit the woman's immediate plans for her future? Because of money? Because she hasn't had a child before and is scared of childbirth? We should address these issues, then, and not just take the coward's way out, and get rid of the life.
So don't talk about playing God. Nobody is suggesting that. To my mind, it is to play God to intervene and remove a life which would otherwise grow to maturity. That is messing with Nature. Supporting a woman to go through a natural process is not.
Her body, her choice, NOT YOURS. I don't know how much more clear I can be on this.
Her body. Which is pregnant, through her actions. Not anybody's choice any more. Not even hers.