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equivocation on your part

The property line is analogous of the right to life. Its a bit of equivocation on your part to transfer location (of the womb) in one scenario to location (of the property) in the other. In this example, the only infraction the neighbor is inflicting is on the toxic waste dumps pursuit of happiness. The right to life of the mother, and thus the property line of the dump are not violated. Only the pursuit of happiness and the right to life are being pitted against each other in both facets of the example. You miss the analogy by confusing the right to life in one scenario with the pursuit of happiness in the other.