The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW
Washington, D.C. 20500
Attn: President Barack Obama
May 31, 2013
Today my daughter and I enjoyed lunch together while we discussed the upcoming birth of her second son; my second grandson. While we enjoyed a delightful lunch, over 140 unborn and newly born children were slaughtered in America’s abortion mills. Each of these children was a one of a kind, unique, living human being. There never was and never will be another human being exactly like any of these children who died today at the hands of an abortionist, while America ate lunch.
Mr. President, in America a mass murderer is afforded his or her Constitutional rights, can petition the court for mercy, and must be judged guilty beyond a reasonable doubt before sentence is passed. In America’s abortion facilities the sentence is always death, there is no appeal, and mercy is never considered.
Sir, babies are being summarily executed in unspeakably barbaric procedures while pro-abortion advocates such as yourself say that abortion should be “safe, rare, and legal.” How can a procedure that is designed to result in the death of a human being 100 percent of the time be considered safe? How can a procedure that has been performed over 56 million times since 1973 be considered rare? And how can the intentional murder of an innocent child be considered legal?
Mr. President, life does not begin at birth; it begins at conception. My unborn grandson is just as alive as you and me and deserves the same right to life that we both enjoy. Like every new life, he represents unlimited human potential. Life can only be granted by God and it should not be up to us to end a life that He has allowed to begin.
Sir, I am not a politician. I don’t care about being popular, how I look in the polls, what my favorability rating is, or whether people like me or not. All I care about is doing everything I can to protect our unborn children and ending the taxpayer support of Planned Parenthood.
Mr. President, a simple statement from you in support of the pro-life movement could result in a quantum shift in our nation’s attitude towards the legal slaughter of our children. Sir, you don’t have to worry about getting reelected. A public change of position by you proclaiming your acknowledgment of the sanctity of human life could literally change the world. What greater legacy could you leave?
Please consider my request. Please help save our children.