Letters to John Kerry #1

U.S. Department of State

2201 C Street NW

Washington, D.C.  20520

Attn:    Secretary of State John Kerry

September 5, 2013

Mr. Secretary:

On August 21, 2013 over 1,400 Syrian civilians, including over 400 children were killed in a chemical weapons attack by party or parties yet to be determined.  In response to this attack, the Obama administration, including you, are preparing to attack the Syrian military after giving them nearly 3 weeks advance notice of your intentions.  While you and President Obama wring your hands and posture for the cameras, the Assad regime is busy hiding assets and staging others in heavily populated areas in order to increase the death toll among innocent civilians as a result of any strike you may finally wage.  What is your end game and what outcome do you hope to achieve from the actions you propose?

On August 21, 2013 over 3,300 unborn children were killed in their mother’s wombs in America and not a word of protest was uttered by either you or President Obama.  Since August 21, 2013 nearly 53,000 unborn children have died in America’s abortion mills and still not a word of protest from you or anyone else in the Obama administration.

You claim that the proposed military action in Syria is necessary to protect America and her allies from the threat of attack by weapons of mass destruction while the death toll every day in America’s abortion mills is more than double the toll you are preparing to avenge.

Mr. Secretary, the actions you are proposing should not be about saving face or maintaining credibility, and should only be taken in the face of imminent threat to America and our allies.  The immediate and ongoing threat to America is the killing of 3,300 unborn children every day to the tune of 1.2 million a year.

Mr. Secretary, I’ve been writing to your boss for several months now, trying to get him to speak out for the pro-life movement.  So far, nothing.  I guess he’s been busy with all the golf, vacations, and celebrity concert nights at the White House.  Maybe you could have him commission a poll to see if it would hurt him politically if he were to speak out for America’s unborn children.

The civilian death toll in Syria as a result of any action we take will eclipse the number of deaths resulting from the chemical weapons attack.  Military action on our part that ends up killing innocent civilians will essentially be doing a brutal dictator’s job for him; so, once again, how does America benefit from this exercise of projecting a narcissistic President’s need to be seen as ‘strong’ to the world?

If your boss wants to look strong, tell him to fight to change the laws that allow our unborn babies to be killed.   If he wants to talk, he knows where to find me.  Tell him to follow the paper trail.

My letters to you will be published on my pro-life blog at www.prolifepoppop.com.  I’ll publish your replies with no editing on my part should you choose to do so.

Letter to Planned Parenthood #14

Planned Parenthood Federation of America

1110 Vermont Ave. NW

Suite 300

Washington, D.C.  20005


Attn:    Cecile Richards


September 4, 2013

Ms. Richards:

Good news!  My preemie grandson has gained over a pound and grown an inch in height since coming home on August 21st.  Where I come from we call that “growing like a weed”.  Speaking of weeds, I can’t wait until every Planned Parenthood parking lot is covered with them.  By the way, the 1,000 babies your organization killed today were growing like weeds too.  Much to your chagrin I’m sure, something else is growing like a weed; the pro-life movement.


Everyone in the pro-life movement has their own approach to ending abortion.  We’re all working towards the same goal, and together we’ll achieve it.  My approach is to send original, signed letters to people like you.  I feel it’s a more personal approach. I do it my way in the hope that whoever opens my letter will take the time to read it, or at least part of it.  And who knows; maybe one day one of them will make it all the way to you.  I spent many years as a martial artist and remember a friend and really tough guy once tell me, in slightly less appropriate language, that kicking someone’s butt is a very personal thing, so you owe it to them to do it well.  I promise to do my best as I join with my pro-life friends in kicking the abortion industry’s butt.


I have a question.  How do you plan to spend the $1.4 million President Obama is giving Planned Parenthood to promote Obamacare, and how can you prove to America’s taxpayers that this money won’t be used to fund abortions?  I also have a follow-up question.  Is there anything Planned Parenthood won’t do for money?


Ms. Richards, the career you have made a conscious choice to pursue; killing unborn children for a fee, will become clearly evident, at the moment you experience your own death, as a waste of the gift of life you were given.  I sincerely hope you live a long and healthy life and have a chance to make amends for all the suffering and death you have been complicit in.


The 1,000 children who died in your clinics today were doing the same thing both my grandsons are doing right now; growing and experiencing their individually unique expressions of life. They had their entire lives ahead of them, just like both my grandsons.  They represented life in its most pure of forms; as innocent children; just like both my grandsons.


Tonight, tomorrow, and as many tomorrows as it takes; I’ll continue to fight along with everyone else in the pro-life movement, to end abortion.  For me, it’s personal.


All my letters to you are published on my pro-life blog at www.prolifepoppop.com.  I’ll publish your unedited replies too, should you choose to do so.