The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW
Washington, D.C. 20500
Attn: President Barack Obama
June 25, 2013
It’s question and answer time. I’ll ask the questions and you and your staff can totally ignore me. If it helps, you can pretend this is a news conference, only without a compliant press and without the planted, softball questions you’re normally thrown in an attempt to make you look like you actually have an intelligent grasp of the facts.
Here we go. Sorry, no multiple choice answers: When does life begin? When does a baby’s right to life begin; at conception, at 6 months development, at birth? Do unrepentant terrorists have a right to life? How about unborn and newly born children? If a newborn child has a right to life and the constitutional and legal protections that come with it, did that child enjoy those same protections moments before its birth? If a child survives a botched abortion does it have the right to life, and should emergency medical protocols be instituted to insure that it has every chance to survive?
Mr. President, from the perspective of a pro-abortion leftist such as you, I can just imagine your stammering and stuttering as you stare helplessly at the blank screen of TOTUS, searching in vain for politically correct answers to any of my questions, all in a feeble attempt to assuage the common sense reality that’s short circuiting the very synapses in your evil brain. Sir, reality and common sense really suck when you’re trying to justify the unjustifiable, don’t they?
Mr. President, I’ll pay taxes for a good portion of my life just to cover 1 year of your salary, so don’t even think about telling me that answering any of my questions is above your pay grade. Just whip out your Planned Parenthood cheat sheet for annoying questions from pro-lifers and read it like you mean it.
Mr. President, today at Georgetown University you sunk to a new low even for you when you declared that you were going to bypass Congress and unilaterally institute crushing carbon emission standards for new and existing coal-fired power plants. While babbling incoherently about global warming, you inadvertently made a statement that actually made sense. You said that you want to leave a better world for our children.
Sir, may I suggest that as a first step towards leaving a better world for our children, we stop allowing them to be killed before they are born?
Get back to me and let me know what you think.
cc: Planned Parenthood