May 21, 2013
Like all my fellow Americans, I mourn the loss of 9 innocent children as a result of yesterday’s tornado in Moore, Oklahoma. I also mourn the loss of 40 innocent children every hour, every day in America’s abortion mills.
The children in Moore, Oklahoma had their whole lives in front of them as their day began yesterday. So did the nearly 1,000 unborn and newly born children who met their fate yesterday in an act of murder that our society chooses to call abortion.
I wonder if it would make a difference if the pro-abortion crowd knew that Planned Parenthood’s founder, avowed racist Margaret Sanger, established her evil empire with the expressed purpose of exterminating the black race, to whom she referred as human weeds. I wonder if they would care that you voted against the Born Alive Infant Protection Act three times while serving in the Illinois State Senate.
Mr. President, I know you have a lot on your plate these days with the Fast & Furious cover-up, the Benghazi cover-up, the IRS cover-up, the DOJ wiretapping cover-up, and the growing realization by even your fellow liberals that ObamaCare is a colossal disaster; so all I ask is that you take a few moments tonight to look into your heart and look into the mirror and ask yourself if the legal slaughter of our unborn children should be the legacy of the greatest human experiment in the history of the world.
Before this letter glides through the White House shredder think about the 55 million abortions performed in America since 1973 and what these lives could have contributed to the world. Hell, Mr. President, if it will help bring you to the pro-life side, think of all the tax revenue these lives would have contributed. Some of the uninformed among them may have even voted for you.
Sir, I feel so strongly about the pro-life movement that I plan to spend the rest of my life promoting a pro-life culture. I feel that I owe it to my 2 grandsons and all the innocent children of the world to do what I can to protect the most vulnerable among us.
Mr. President, it only takes an instant to change your mind and agree that our children deserve the same right to life that our Founders so eloquently enumerated for all of us on July 4, 1776. There’s plenty of room on my side and everyone is welcome. Please join us.