Southwestern Women’s Options
522 Lomas Blvd. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87102
August 16, 2013
To Whom it May Concern:
I’m thinking that having the dubious distinction of being America’s most prolific late term abortion provider isn’t something that you proudly announce to the world. I’m also trying to get my head around what kind of sick mind it must take to be able to inject a living baby with Digoxin to stop its beating heart so you can deliver a dead baby instead of a squirming little bundle of joy.
I not so naïve as to believe a Principal of your organization will ever see this letter, but to the person reading this; do you love what you do for a living? Is your salary commensurate to the human misery your employer inflicts upon innocent, unborn children? Do you talk shop with your co-workers away from the office? Do you know the grisly details about what goes on in the building you work in?
The food on your table is paid for with the blood of innocent children. Most of the late term babies killed at your facility could live outside the womb if they were just delivered instead of being eviscerated by an abortionist. The doctors working at your facility took an oath that begins with the words ‘First, do no harm.’ How do you think that’s working out?
I’m not judging you and have no ill will towards you. I would, however, request that you rethink who you work for and ask yourself if this is really what you want to do with your life. Unlike the babies who come into your clinic alive and leave dead, you have a choice. You get to choose how you live your life and, like me, you were allowed to be born.
Southwestern Women’s Options is a house of death, plain and simple. While the women entering your facility have options, the unborn children that enter with them have none. In what civilized society should an innocent, healthy child enter a medical facility alive and leave as a dead body after having a medical procedure performed upon it with the intention of killing it?
As I write this, my 6 day old pre-term grandson lies in an incubator in the NICU at my local hospital. He was born 5 weeks early and had his challenges, but he’s going to make it. He will feel the unconditional love that every child deserves and will be taught to respect and revere the Right to life of every human being. I am proud of my grandson and love him dearly even though I haven’t been able to hold him yet. As soon as he’s big enough he’ll get his first hug from Pop Pop.
Every child deserves a chance to feel the love of a grandparent. Every child deserves to feel safe and loved by its family. Every child deserves the same chance to live its life that you and I were given.
Thank you for taking the time to read my letter.