Planned Parenthood Federation of America
1110 Vermont Ave. NW
Washington, D.C. 20005
Attn: Cecile Richards
September 24, 2013
As a guy who’s been around the block a few times, I adhere to the old adage “keep your friends close and your enemies closer.” That’s why I keep an eye on Tweets from you, Planned Parenthood, and NARAL. It seems like every day you tweet something that results in whatever I happen to be drinking at the time shooting out my nose. You tweeted a couple real zingers yesterday that I just had to share:
Cecile Richards @CecileRichards1h
‘Free workplace from discrimination and free lives from violence’ – thank you Valerie Jarrett @ClintonGlobal@vj44
Cecile Richards @CecileRichards2h
‘One person w one good idea can change lives’ Glad to be w @ClintonGlobal@HillaryClinton
Where to begin? The tweets themselves both have merit and make a lot of sense. The tweeter, on the other hand, has no credibility and her, your words ring hollow. I believe you can judge a person by the company they keep. Hanging out with the likes of Hillary Clinton and Valerie Jarrett pretty much says it all for you. And ‘feel good tweets’ from a woman who runs an organization that kills hundreds of thousands of American babies every year don’t quite pass the sniff test. Ms. Richards, do you think killing babies is a form of discrimination? If you didn’t discriminate against them and kill them wouldn’t they begin their lives free of violence?
With all due respect, if you really believe your tweet ‘free workplace from discrimination and free lives from violence’ do the world a favor and close the doors of every Planned Parenthood clinic today and never open them again. You’ll save millions of lives; you’ll stop having to pay someone to read my letters, and I’ll get to spend my nights and weekends doing something other than writing letters to corrupt politicians and child killers.
Ms. Richards, may I suggest that you live by the words you tweet. ‘One person with one good idea can change lives.’ Here’s an idea; let’s all respect every human being’s right to life. Ms. Richards, one good idea can not only change lives, it can save them.
All my letters to you are published on my pro-life blog at www.prolifepoppop.com. Should you ever choose to reply, I’ll publish it, unedited.