Letter to Planned Parenthood #19

Planned Parenthood Federation of America

1110 Vermont Ave. NW

Suite 300

Washington, D.C.  20005

Attn:    Cecile Richards

September 17, 2013

Ms. Richards:

Picture the capacity crowds at last weekend’s NFL football games.  Then, imagine every seat in every stadium being occupied by a child.  Ms. Richards, America’s abortion industry will kill more children this year than the stadiums for last weekend’s games could hold.  Your organization, Planned Parenthood, will kill enough unborn children to fill nearly 5 stadiums to capacity.  Over the course of a typical NFL football game America’s abortion mills will kill over 400 children.  And in the time it takes a fan to walk from their couch to the refrigerator another child will be killed.

Ms. Richards, the entire NFL has less than 1,700 active players at any given time.  Your industry kills nearly twice that many babies every day.  I know that you are intimately aware of the magnitude of the carnage, but most of my fellow Americans are not.  And I think we both know that most Americans, armed with the facts, would be horrified at the scope of the death and destruction your industry commits against our unborn children on a daily basis.  That’s why I do what I do.  My mission in life is to close the doors of Planned Parenthood and every abortion mill in America.  I know it sounds like a monumental task, but all I really need to do is let the ugly truth about what you do speak for itself.

Ms. Richards, have your held a newborn child lately; one that’s alive?  The innocence and vulnerability of a newborn is palpable.  While you know they are totally dependent upon the love and kindness of others to nurture them as they move forward on their universally unique journey, you can feel their instinctive determination to live and to grow.  I’m sure the abortionists in your clinics can sense this as they rip a living child apart and it recoils in pain from the brutal tools they use to end its tiny life.  Ms. Richards, life moves in 1 direction only; forward.  It’s a relentless force and the more you resist its power, and the more lives you end, the faster you are swimming against the tide of the most relentless force and most priceless gift in the Universe.

Ms. Richards, to you and everyone on the pro-abortion side, hold a baby, look into its eyes, feel its unconditional trust that you will love and care for it, and understand that it is a living human being and has been a living human being from the moment of its conception.  I challenge you and every worker at an abortion facility to interact with a living infant every day, and then write me to explain why you feel that killing thousands of unborn children every day is a necessary function of a civilized society.

My letters to you are published on my pro-life blog at www.prolifepoppop.com.  Should you or any of your employees care to respond, I’ll publish your replies, unedited.