Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi
235 Cannon H.O.B.
Washington, D.C. 20515
July 27, 2013
Since you’ve stated on countless occasions that you are a devout Catholic, how do you explain your vote against the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act? Better yet, how do you look your children and grandchildren in the eye after casting a vote to allow pain-capable babies to be ripped apart at the hands of an abortionist? I’m sure you’re a good mother and grandmother but I honestly don’t understand the hypocrisy.
Believe it or not, I agree with you. I support a woman’s right to choose. A woman has the right to choose many things, however she does not have the right to choose to have an unborn child killed. What you and your friends on the pro-abortion side don’t understand or simply choose to ignore is that the unborn child living inside a woman is a separate, unique, living human being. The unborn child has its own DNA structure and, if not aborted, will most likely get to claim its Right to life just like you, me, and our kids and grandkids. A baby is not part of the woman’s body. The baby has its own body and simply depends on the mother for supporting its development until birth.
Congresswoman, there’s no gray area between abortion and life; life is either allowed to run its natural course or it’s ended in a violent manner. There also is no gray area between pro-life and pro-abortion. Taking a stance as being pro-choice simply tells the world that you don’t have the courage to take a stance for or against abortion. Translation; pro-choice means pro-abortion.
As a proud parent and grandparent I can think of no higher calling than protecting our children and grandchildren, born and unborn. A child in the womb, in my mind, is just as much alive as I am. America allows 1.2 million children to be aborted every year. That’s 1.2 million living, human beings killed under cover of the law. Legal or not, it’s morally wrong and you know it.
Congresswoman Pelosi, in spite of the fact that we are diametrically polar opposites on the issue of abortion, I honestly believe that reasonable people can come together to make the world a better place for the most vulnerable among us. Look inside yourself; forget about elections, pandering to the abortion industry, and your past positions on so called abortion rights. Decide that you will defend the Right to life for all living, human beings. It’s never too late to do the right thing.
Thank you for considering my request.