NARAL Pro-Choice America
1156 15th Street
Washington, D.C. 20005
Attn: Ilyse Hogue
August 31, 2013
The innocence of a child is lost forever when its mother exercises her choice to have it killed before it has a chance to be born. Innocent children are gifts to the world; gifts that are here to remind us to enjoy the simple pleasures, to show us how to live without hate in our hearts, to live every day like it’s our last, and to see anger as the waste of time and effort that it is.
Ms. Hogue, my 2 year old grandson went to the circus a couple days ago and afterwards advised me that his favorite new colors were elephant and pony. I realize that to someone like you, who actively works to make it easier and more convenient for a mother to kill her unborn child, this may sound like gibber jabber. To me, his Pop Pop who loves him more than life itself, it was a brilliant insight from the mindset of pure innocence as he described the latest new discoveries in his young life.
Ms. Hogue, I’m a student of semantics and BS, and after reviewing your mission and website it’s clear that your organization is proficient in twisting the former to sell the unsellable and piling on the latter to make it appear that you have anything that vaguely resembles a cogent, logical argument for your cause. Try as you may, selling pro-choice as anything other than advocating for the elective killing of unborn children is a venture doomed to failure. Your amateurish abuse of syntax and clever abbreviations while trying to portray your cause as a noble pursuit is about as flawed as Hillary Clinton making another run for the Presidency with a bumper sticker saying ‘Monica Lewinsky’s Ex-Boyfriend’s Wife For President.’
Ms. Hogue, let’s be honest. Doesn’t NARAL sound so much better than National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League? While we’re being honest, don’t you think the very least you could do is lose the abbreviations and say who you are and what you stand for in your organization’s name? My blog is www.prolifepoppop.com; no ambiguities, no misdirection; I am who I am.
Thousands of unborn children will die today in America’s abortion mills and NARAL will be fighting to make it easier to kill even more. While your side is fighting against life my side will be fighting for it. America has some monumental choices to make. We can continue to kill over a million of our unborn children every year and seal our fate as a failed experiment that was based on the rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness as our foundation; or we can end the slaughter and welcome the unlimited human potential that is lost every time a confused young woman walks into one of America’s abortion mills.
Ms. Hogue, I welcome your reply in defense of your organization and will publish your rebuttals to my assertions with no editing on my part.