Letter to President Obama #32

The White House

1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW

Washington, D.C.  20500


Attn:    President Barack Obama


July 20, 2013

Mr. President:



By the end of your second term in office Planned Parenthood will have killed somewhere in the neighborhood of 2,700,000 babies; all on your watch.  You are presiding over a Nation where the leading cause of death for unborn children is abortion.  Sir, this is contrary to every principle our great Nation was founded upon.


I struggle daily to try to understand how we got to this point where we place so small a value on human life that we allow our unborn children to be slaughtered, usually as a simple matter of convenience.  I try to understand how so many Americans don’t seem to understand or just don’t care that a baby at every stage of development is a living human being, with the same Right to life as you and me.


Mr. President, or whoever is assigned to reading my letters, why does the leader of the free world spend more time commenting on the Trayvon Martin trial than he has ever spent defending the Right to life of our unborn children?  Why does he proudly speak before the assembled masses at Planned Parenthood’s annual gala and then Tweet his support for the pro-abortion mob in Texas as they oppose the ban on killing 20 week old and older babies?


I no longer recognize the country I grew up in.  Before Roe v Wade became the law of the land abortion mills like Planned Parenthood were considered pariahs; now our President embraces them and promotes their agenda of death.  Since 1973 America’s abortion mills have churned out 56,000,000 dead babies and the death toll rises every day.  Mr. President, our Nation is in danger of losing its moral conscience.  We are in dire need of principle centered leadership and you offer none.  We fight for laws to protect our unborn and our country’s leader opposes them.


Sir, in spite of the daunting task we face, I remain confident that my friends and I in the pro-life movement will ultimately prevail.  We’re not asking for much.  All we want is for every unborn child to be allowed the chance to be born.  We know that life doesn’t come with a guarantee of success, prosperity, or happiness; but every life deserves the chance to reach for these and more.


Mr. President, as much as you and your friends at Planned Parenthood would like me and my friends in the pro-life movement to think otherwise, we are on the right side in the fight for life.  You have sealed your place in history as the most pro-abortion President America has ever had and what you don’t seem to understand is that you could change that in an instant with one expression of support for the pro-life movement.    Try it.  See what happens.



cc: Planned Parenthood


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