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Abortion is a controversial issue From one side I support it because women have the right to control their bodies Some of them find it the only choice to their problems The other side of me is this story After reading this story I think of abortion as a brutal process I think of those women who do abortion as criminals They make an assumption that it is a legal process in fact it is not if they just try to go beyond that assumption It is actually an act of killing innocent people The victims have no choice They can not decide for their lives The decision is already made for them Tisdale says The creature I watch in secret requires nothing from me but to be left alone and that is precisely what wont be done395 This part makes me feel sick This little creature can not shout for its life How sad is that Reading these two lines makes me picture abortion as a selfish procedure A woman who is aborting a child cares only about herself She does not realize how important the childs life is because she only thinks of herself Sallie Tisdale is a nurse who works at an abortion clinic She does abortion everyday which makes her sick and tired of her work She takes two positions in looking at her job In one position she hates the fact that she is a nurse It depresses her to watch these women take the lives away from their own fetus She does not find it necessary having that job which makes her a pro-lifer The second position is that she cannot refuse being a nurse because that is her job She does not have the authority to prevent those women from having abortion It is their decision Therefore she is convinced that she has to face this everyday no matter what the consequences are Tisdale says I
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