Letter to American Women’s Services #1

American Women’s Services

3506 N. Calvert St. Suite 110

Baltimore, Md.  21218

 

 

 

July 30, 2013

To Whom it May Concern:

 

If ever there was an oxymoron, it would have to be ‘gentle abortion.’  That’s how your firm describes the deadly procedures you perform when killing innocent babies.  I know the financial stakes are enormous, but at least have the courage to call what you do what it is; killing unborn children.

 

It seems that you and your fellow members in the abortion industry go to great pains to sanitize the descriptions of how you go about killing innocent children.  The description of surgical abortion between 14-24 weeks on your website states the following:  “When adequate dilation has occurred, the laminaria will be removed and your uterus emptied by the technique the physician feels is best for you.”  While your creative use of syntax is admirable, calling the brutal dismemberment of a living child and removing its body piece by piece from the mother’s womb “having your uterus emptied” is beyond the pale.  You also peg the redline on the BS meter when in the same sentence you state that this procedure will be performed “by the technique the physician feels is best for you.”  Apparently, in your minds, the needs of the living, but unborn child about to be killed and what is best for it are of no significance.

 

You also state that “Twilight sleep will be provided for all patients undergoing an abortion procedure in the second trimester.  This medication will relax you, reduce the amount of discomfort you may feel, and can inhibit memory formation.” One can only imagine the discomfort an unborn child feels as it is torn apart, piece by piece, suffering an indescribably agonizing death; but at least the mother will only feel minimal discomfort.  We all know why you administer drugs to the mother to inhibit memory formation.  What woman, whatever her stance on abortion, would want to remember the grisly details of her baby being killed in her presence?

 

Let’s cut to the chase.  We all know that you don’t perform abortions out of a sense of contributing to the betterment of humanity; you do it for money.  At night when you tuck your own children in and close your eyes do you ever think of the children you killed today at work?  Do you ever think of the unlimited human potential in every life that ended today at your hands?

 

I’m not so naïve as to believe that this letter will get past your receptionist, but I can always hope.  To whoever happens to open and read this; do you feel a sense of accomplishment and wellbeing from earning a paycheck from an organization that kills innocent children for money?

 

I anxiously await, but don’t expect, your reply to or rebuttal of my assertions.

 

Letter to President Obama #35

The White House

1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW

Washington, D.C.  20500

 

Attn:    President Barack Obama

 

July 29, 2013

Mr. President:

 

You and your friends in the abortion industry are constantly beating your chests and proclaiming your support for a woman’s right to choose.  What exactly is a woman’s right to choose?  Does a woman have the right to have another living, human being killed simply by asking that it be done and paying a fee to seal the deal?

 

Sir, for the sake of argument, let’s accept the premise that a woman does have the right to have another human being killed at her discretion; specifically, a baby growing inside her.  Does a woman’s authority to have the baby growing inside her killed have a time limit?  Is she good to go from the moment of conception right up to the instant before the child is born; or even right after?  Should she still be able to have her baby killed even if it is viable and capable of living outside her body?

 

Mr. President, the fact of the matter is that you, the pro-abortion crowd, and the abortion industry are operating under a false premise, and you know it.  No human being has the right to choose to have another human being killed, period.  Sir, any living human being at any stage of its life is no less valuable and has no less a Right to life than any other human being.

 

Sir, during the hour it took me to compose this letter, about 140 unborn children were killed by America’s abortion mills.  The tally keeps adding up, hour by hour, day by day.  These innocent children have done nothing wrong.  They are nothing less than God’s latest gifts to the world striving to complete their journey to birth and beyond.  American’s are rejecting these gifts at a breakneck pace and the value of a human life and the fee charged to end one has been set at anywhere from a couple hundred to a couple thousand dollars by Planned Parenthood and the abortion industry.

 

Mr. President, the leader of a free country has the moral obligation to do everything in his or her power to insure that every living human being within the realm of their influence is allowed to express and experience their Right to life.  By this standard, as well as many others, you have failed miserably.

 

Mr. President, should you decide to fight for the lives of our unborn and newly born children, I promise to help you in any way I can.

 

Your response to my concerns, while not expected, would be greatly appreciated.

cc: Planned Parenthood

Letter to Congresswoman Pelosi #1

Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi

235 Cannon H.O.B.

Washington, D.C.  20515

 

 

July 27, 2013

Congresswoman Pelosi:

 

 

Since you’ve stated on countless occasions that you are a devout Catholic, how do you explain your vote against the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act?  Better yet, how do you look your children and grandchildren in the eye after casting a vote to allow pain-capable babies to be ripped apart at the hands of an abortionist?  I’m sure you’re a good mother and grandmother but I honestly don’t understand the hypocrisy.

 

Believe it or not, I agree with you.  I support a woman’s right to choose.  A woman has the right to choose many things, however she does not have the right to choose to have an unborn child killed.  What you and your friends on the pro-abortion side don’t understand or simply choose to ignore is that the unborn child living inside a woman is a separate, unique, living human being.  The unborn child has its own DNA structure and, if not aborted, will most likely get to claim its Right to life just like you, me, and our kids and grandkids.  A baby is not part of the woman’s body.  The baby has its own body and simply depends on the mother for supporting its development until birth.

 

Congresswoman, there’s no gray area between abortion and life; life is either allowed to run its natural course or it’s ended in a violent manner. There also is no gray area between pro-life and pro-abortion.  Taking a stance as being pro-choice simply tells the world that you don’t have the courage to take a stance for or against abortion.  Translation; pro-choice means pro-abortion.

 

As a proud parent and grandparent I can think of no higher calling than protecting our children and grandchildren, born and unborn.  A child in the womb, in my mind, is just as much alive as I am.  America allows 1.2 million children to be aborted every year.  That’s 1.2 million living, human beings killed under cover of the law.  Legal or not, it’s morally wrong and you know it.

 

Congresswoman Pelosi, in spite of the fact that we are diametrically polar opposites on the issue of abortion, I honestly believe that reasonable people can come together to make the world a better place for the most vulnerable among us.  Look inside yourself; forget about elections, pandering to the abortion industry, and your past positions on so called abortion rights.  Decide that you will defend the Right to life for all living, human beings.  It’s never too late to do the right thing.

 

Thank you for considering my request.

 

Letter to President Obama #34

The White House

1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW

Washington, D.C.  20500

 

Attn:    President Barack Obama

 

July 26, 2013

Mr. President:

 

My second grandson is nearing the home stretch on his journey from conception to birth.  At nearly 8 months old he is a living, fully formed little human being.  He is being born into a loving family where he will be treasured as the gift to our family and the world that every child is.  He is also being born into a country that allows its unborn children to be killed in the womb instead of celebrating their birth.

 

Mr. President, you can help change this.  The Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act has made it through the House and now it needs to be taken up and passed in the Senate.  We both know that this bill has very little chance of passing the Senate without the weight of the Presidency behind it.  We both also know that honorable men do not allow the legal slaughter of pain-capable unborn children to continue unchallenged.

 

Sir, it has been estimated that at least 15,000 children over 20 weeks old are killed by abortion in America every year.  When viewed from the perspective of the 1.2 million abortions performed in America every year, 15,000 may not seem like a big number to some people.  However, when viewed from the perspective that every one of these 15,000 pain-capable, living children is torn to shreds in a brutally violent manner, and dies an unimaginably painful death, 15,000 is a big number.  Mr. President, for those of us on the pro-life side 1 is a big number and 1 is 1 too many.

 

Sir, you have spoken out against torturing the world’s most murderous terrorists.  Don’t you think you owe at least the same accommodation to America’s unborn children?  Your administration wanted to grant 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed a civilian trial, allowing him all the Constitutional rights that he violently stole from nearly 3,000 Americans.  And yet you choose to say nothing while millions of innocent children are killed by Planned Parenthood and America’s abortion mills every year.

 

Mr. President, it’s never too late to do the right thing.  You can save at least 15,000 children every year, starting now, simply by reversing course and expressing your support for the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act.  Encourage Majority Leader Reid to allow a vote on this bill and tell your friends in the Senate to do the right thing for America’s children.

 

After we work together to save America’s pain-capable children let’s come together to save the rest.  You know where to find me. I await your call.

 

cc: Planned Parenthood

Letter to Senator Reid #1

Senator Harry Reid

522 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington, D.C.  20510

 

 

July 24, 2013

Senator Reid:

 

 

I am writing you to express my support for the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act. You recently indicated that you may be receptive to allowing a Senate vote on this bill and I urge you to follow through and bring it to the floor for debate.  I understand that getting a bill such as this through the Senate will be a heavy lift but I think reasonable people can agree that the lives of our unborn children, at the very least, deserve to be given this consideration.

 

Sir, as parents and grandparents we both treasure our children and grandchildren.  I can’t imagine one of my children or grandchildren being ripped from limb to limb by an abortionist wielding a Sopher clamp.  Aborting pain-capable children by dilation and evacuation is a barbaric procedure and subjects a living baby to an indescribably agonizing death.  I urge you to investigate the details of this method of abortion.  It is a brutal and tortuous way to kill a living human being and has no place in a civilized society.

 

Senator Reid, America is better than this.  The American Dream is still alive and our unborn children deserve their chance to experience it.  Wherever you stand on abortion, allowing pain-capable children to be slaughtered cannot be justified.

 

Sir, my second grandson is scheduled to be born in September.  Even though he is a fully developed, living human being, my daughter could walk into any abortion clinic in my state tomorrow and have this child killed.  As a pro-life advocate I find this unconscionable.

 

Senator Reid, 100% of your colleagues in the Senate who are opposed to the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act were allowed to be born.  All I am asking is that we give the next generation of children the same accommodation.

 

I therefore respectfully request that you speak out in favor of the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, allow it to be voted upon, and vote for its passage in the Senate.  Our children and grandchildren will be forever grateful.

 

 

Letter to Senator Boxer #1

Senator Barbara Boxer

112 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington, D.C.  20510

July 23, 2013

Senator Boxer:

Even though we live on different sides of the country we’re united as Americans.  As a pro-life American I dream of a day when all our unborn children are allowed to exercise the same Right to life that you and I treasure.  By now I’m sure you’ve figured out that we are on opposite sides of the debate when it comes to abortion.  In spite of our differences, I’m sure we can agree as parents and grandparents that saving our pain-capable unborn children from the indescribable agony of abortion is the right thing to do.

Senator, the House has done its part and passed the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act; now it’s your turn.  No reasonable person can justify the torturous killing of a living, but unborn 5 month old child.  You have spoken out in the past against waterboarding and subjecting murderous terrorists to physical and mental discomfort.  Please speak out now against killing innocent children.

Majority Leader Reid has indicated that he may allow a vote on the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act.  The least you can do is consider this bill with an open mind and an open heart.  Think of your own children and imagine the void in your life if they had never been given the chance to be born.

Senator Boxer, at 20 weeks old and older, unborn children are killed with a procedure known as dilation and evacuation. This procedure is performed by literally ripping the living, pain-capable child apart, limb by limb.  No child should ever have to die in this manner; and as a politician who has spoken out against torture, I can’t imagine how you could justify your opposition to a bill designed to protect them.  You and your fellow Senators have a chance to make history with this bill and the opportunity to save untold thousands of innocent children.

I plan to spend the rest of my life fighting for the lives of our unborn children.  No child should fall asleep tonight nestled safely in its mother’s womb, only to suffer a ghastly death tomorrow at the hands of an abortionist.  Please join me in protecting these children.

Senator Boxer, I respectfully request that you speak out in favor of the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act and vote for its passage in the Senate.  America’s children deserve no less.

Letter to President Obama #33

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

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

 

Letter to President Obama #31

The White House

1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW

Washington, D.C.  20500

 

Attn:    President Barack Obama

 

July 19, 2013

Mr. President:

 

 

I’ve worked in the highway construction industry for over 30 years.  In today’s economy, courtesy of you know who, my job can be very stressful, especially with the margins I have to bid jobs at in order to insure that my employer has enough work to keep his employees working.  After a particularly stressful day today I began to wonder if feeling stressed out about anything is really necessary.  I was allowed to be born.  I’m in charge of my life and I control my actions and how I respond to any set of circumstances.

 

I’m one of the lucky ones.  I’m alive.  Last year Planned Parenthood, with your endorsement and approval, decided that 334,000 babies’ luck had run out.  Every one of these living human beings was innocent and deserved the opportunity to live their lives.  As a result, we will never know what contribution each and every one of these living children could have made to humanity.

 

Mr. President, as you would know if you had read any of my previous letters, last night was my weekly ‘grandson night.’  The world stands still on Thursday night and it’s all about my grandson.  He’s one of the lucky ones too.  He was allowed to be born, as will his little brother in September.  Watching my grandson as he joyfully experiences all of life’s amazing gifts is my inspiration to follow my calling to fight for the lives of all our unborn children. Sir, it’s really not that difficult; you just let life do what life does.  You protect every life like it’s your own and you respect the Right for every life to run its natural course from conception to natural death.

 

Today Planned Parenthood killed nearly 1,000 babies and tomorrow they’ll do the same.  People like me will continue to write letters of protest to people like you and people like you will continue to ignore our letters; and life for us lucky ones will go on.  That’s not good enough for me.  Mr. President, every unborn child is at the mercy of us lucky ones.  The lucky ones on the pro-abortion side are determined to kill as many children as they can for as much money as they can make.  The lucky ones on my side don’t want anything for our efforts other than every unborn child being allowed to be born, just like we were.

 

Sir, you could end the killing with one speech, with one stroke of the pen, with one expression of support for the pro-life movement.  You can save the American taxpayers over half a billion dollars a year simply by defunding Planned Parenthood.

 

Mr. President; it’s your move.

 

 

cc: Planned Parenthood

 

Letter to Senator Cardin #1

Senator Ben Cardin

129 East Main Street, Suite 115

Salisbury, Md. 21803

 

 

July 18, 2013

Senator Cardin:

 

 

Majority Leader Reid has signaled that he may be receptive to allowing a Senate vote on the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act.  As a pro-life advocate I support this legislation.  Although I support the Right to life for all unborn children, I know that this fight will not be easy and will not be won quickly or without setbacks.

 

Sir, like you, I’m a parent and grandparent.  I treasure my children and grandchildren.  My 2 year old grandson is the joy of my life and we are anxiously awaiting the birth of his little brother in September.  I believe that my unborn grandson is just as much alive and human as you, me, and the rest of our family members.  I also believe that it is unconscionable that my daughter could walk into any abortion clinic in Maryland tomorrow and have my unborn, yet alive, grandson killed as a simple matter of convenience.

 

Senator, the preferred method of abortion for children 20 weeks old and older is dilation and evacuation.  This procedure is performed by literally ripping the unborn, pain-capable child apart, limb by limb.  Sir, I can’t imagine the indescribable agony and suffering these children endure as they are killed in this manner.  I also can’t imagine a civilized society allowing this procedure to be performed one more time.

 

I can think of no higher calling in life than the honor of protecting the most vulnerable among us; our unborn and newly born children.  I don’t know where you stand on abortion and I really don’t care.  What I care about is saving lives and insuring that every unborn child has the opportunity to experience the same Right to life that you and I were granted.

 

Senator Cardin, an incontrovertible fact is that 100% of the politicians opposed to the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act were allowed to be born.  Wherever you stand on abortion, allowing pain-capable children to be slaughtered at the hands of an abortionist cannot be justified.

 

I therefore respectfully request that you speak out in favor of the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act and vote for its passage in the Senate.  Our children and grandchildren deserve no less.