The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW
Washington, D.C. 20500
Attn: President Barack Obama
August 5, 2013
After writing letters on behalf of America’s unborn children for nearly 3 months with no replies from the White House, suddenly I receive 2 letters in 4 days. I actually didn’t expect to hear anything from you or your staff but was hoping that maybe something in one of my letters would strike a chord with the person reading it and maybe cause them to rethink their position on abortion.
Mr. President, I’m convinced that the more letters I write to you, other politicians, and members of America’s abortion industry the better chance I have of changing some minds and maybe even saving some lives. All I know is that I will never stop and never give up on my goal of ending the slaughter of our unborn children.
Back to your letters; are you sure you were replying to mine? Your first letter briefly mentions abortion and then goes on to say you are committed to protecting a woman’s right to choose. Your second letter deals entirely with economic issues and doesn’t even mention the issues I’m addressing. Either you or your staff is completely out of touch or you just send out canned replies to make it look like you give a damn. Whatever your motivation, I appreciate the effort and I’ll keep advocating for my cause until someone listens.
Mr. President, since you brought up the issue of the economy, let’s talk about the economy. Does it even cross your mind that the 56 million children aborted in America since 1973 could have made a significant contribution to our economic growth and security? Taken to the lowest common denominator, does it not occur to you that all these lives were potential taxpayers? While we’re on the subject of the economy, stop funding Planned Parenthood and save us over half a billion dollars a year.
Sir, losing 140 children every hour of every day to America’s abortion mills is a tragedy unparalleled in the history of mankind. We are destroying the greatest nation on earth from within. We’ve set the value of a human life at the cost of a single dose of RU486. We’ve devolved to the point that unborn, pain-capable children can be killed in barbaric fashion, all under cover of the law.
Mr. President, I will never accept that this is the best we can do for our children, and if you think it is, you should resign your position today. With all due respect, stand up, be a man and fight for the lives of our country’s unborn children just like I know you would fight for the lives of your own children.
cc: Planned Parenthood