The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW
Washington, D.C. 20500
Attn: President Barack Obama
July 21, 2013
Dear staffer in the mailroom:
Since your boss seems to have more important things to do than read my letters or fight for the lives of America’s unborn children I thought maybe I should state my case to you. First, I’m not judging you; in times of economic uncertainty I can understand how someone would take a job working for the person who, in large measure, is responsible for our economic uncertainty.
I’m confident that America’s entrepreneurs and our, for the time being, free market system will find a way to bring us out of our economic doldrums. My concerns center around the culture of death your boss and his friends at Planned Parenthood are promoting for our Nation’s unborn and newly born children. Being stuck in the mailroom, you may not know that every 94 seconds Planned Parenthood kills another American baby. Last year they managed to kill nearly 334,000 innocent children and I’m sure they have high hopes of exceeding that number this year.
Since the President doesn’t seem interested in answering my letters, maybe you could ask him why he is against the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, a bill that would ban the abortions of pain-capable children 20 weeks old and older. Ask him why he is against the ban on a barbaric procedure that is performed by literally ripping a living child to shreds with a device known as a Sopher clamp.
Your boss is the most pro-abortion President in our country’s history although he has the authority to end the carnage in an instant. Ask him why the American taxpayers are forced to give Planned Parenthood over $500 million a year even though they are a non-profit organization that actually makes a profit. Ask our Nation’s first black President why he endorses Planned Parenthood’s mission in spite of the fact that they were conceived by an avowed racist whose goal was the extermination of the black race.
I’m sure it’s busy in the White House mailroom and trying to decide which letters to shred and which ones to read is a daunting task. I want you to know that I understand if mine doesn’t make the cut. I’ll keep trying and eventually one will get through.
My side will win in the battle for life. All I want is to change a few minds. Maybe this letter ended up in your hands for a reason. Ask yourself if killing our unborn children in their mother’s womb is what our country stands for; then ask your boss the same question.
cc: Planned Parenthood