Planned Parenthood Federation of America
1110 Vermont Ave. NW
Washington, D.C. 20005
Attn: Cecile Richards
October 1, 2013
The entire country, at least everyone who cares enough to be informed, is worrying about a government shutdown; except me. I’m worried about how many babies Planned Parenthood and America’s abortion industry will kill today, tomorrow, and the next day. I’m worried about the culture of death that’s permeating the world; a world where Islamic radical nut jobs routinely torture and behead anyone they consider to be an infidel, a world where politicians pursue an agenda that’s best for them, not their constituents, and a world teetering on the edge of moral and financial collapse because honor and integrity have been relegated to alphabetized words in a dictionary rather than the foundational basis for all our lives. A government shutdown will result in all non-essential personnel being furloughed. Maybe it’s only me, but if they are non-essential, why is the government employing them in the first place? Hopefully, a government shutdown will result in a suspension of the $1.5 million Planned Parenthood gets every day from the U.S. government; courtesy of unwilling taxpayers like me.
Ms. Richards, the children being killed by your organization at a rate of 1 every 94 seconds are our last great hope. Unless you kill them, they will enter the world free of hate, bias, and negativity. They will enter the world as pure, unlimited potential; ready and willing to fix our broken societies and mend the fences of hatred and mistrust that continue to embroil our world in constant war and human suffering. All we have to do is let them be born, just like all of us were.
Ms. Richards, infanticide, aside from lining your pockets, serves no useful purpose. Killing innocent, unborn children for money flies against any conceivable concept of rational human behavior, and calling it women’s reproductive health care confirms that you know what you are doing is wrong. 3,300 unborn American children will die today in the name of women’s reproductive health care. We will never know which one of these children would have been the next Jonas Salk, Michelangelo, or Martin Luther King, Jr.
Every child killed by abortion becomes an angel, much too early. Abortion does more than just kill innocent children. Every mother who has an abortion is still a mother; she just becomes the mother of a dead child. Every worker in an abortion clinic dies a little more inside, every time they end another human life; for nothing more than a paycheck. The unintended consequences of abortion drag a society ever closer to the abyss of moral oblivion. If America continues to kill over a million of its children every year we all deserve the consequences of our actions or inaction.
As always, my letters to you are published on my pro-life blog at www.prolifepoppop.com. Take the time to reply and I’ll publish it, unedited.