The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW
Washington, D.C. 20500
Attn: President Barack Obama
June 18, 2013
I hope the staffer assigned to reading/shredding my letters is in it for the long run because I am. Invoking the spirit of Charlton Heston, I’ll stop advocating for the pro-life movement when they pry my laptop from my cold, dead hands. However, your staffers may be getting a break because I’m branching out to state my case to other pro-abortion despots, governments, and organizations around the world.
Next on my list is China with their one child policy and brutal enforcement procedures as well as Belgium where they openly advocate infanticide; but don’t fret, I’ll still make time for the most pro-abortion President in history.
Tonight I celebrate the House’s passage of the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act and look forward to watching the Senate tap dance through the minefield as they try to justify the brutal killing of 20 week old children. You and your spineless cohorts in the Senate will repeat ad nauseum the same old tired talking point that the constitution guarantees a woman’s right to choose. Sir, with no due respect, the constitution does not guarantee a woman’s right to choose to have her child killed, and you and all your fellow left-wingers know it. But, in your warped way of thinking, if it gets the pro-abortion woman vote, it’s no big deal if millions of innocent children have to die.
Sir, I often wonder how you sleep at night, knowing that hundreds of thousands of American children are killed every year due to the policies you promote. I wonder how the staff and abortionists at Planned Parenthood go home to their families every night after working in a house of horrors all day. I wonder if the children about to be aborted have a sense of impending doom as their mother walks into the clinic. Do they experience a moment of panic and fear as the procedure begins; and as they are being killed do they cry out for help and for the pain to end?
Mr. President, I’ll take the small victories like tonight’s House vote and I’ll continue to pray and work for bigger wins in the fight to save our children. A wise man once said: A journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step. Tonight’s vote takes us one step closer to a world where abortion is nothing but a painful memory of the past.
Mr. President, in closing, do you think the $100 million tab for your upcoming trip to Africa could be better spent by protecting our children? Of course you don’t.
cc: Planned Parenthood