Letter to President Obama #48

The White House

1600 Pennsylvania Ave.  NW

Washington, D.C.  20500

Attn:    President Barack Obama

September 23, 2013

Mr. President:

When you speak tomorrow before the assembled masses at the United Nations General Assembly, affectionately dubbed by Rush Limbaugh as a dead-ringer for the bar scene from Star Wars, how about shaking things up a little bit?  Call out China for its one-child policy that has claimed the lives of over 300,000,000 unborn children.  Call out India for its practice of sex-selective abortion.  Pledge to end the killing of over 1,000,000 unborn children every year in your own country.

Mr. President, the General Assembly is mostly a rogue’s gallery of thugs, dictators, and supercilious narcissists, kind of like you.  Most of them hate America and would like nothing better than for us to disappear from the face of the earth; once again, kind of like you.  I propose a counter-offer to the U.N.  Close your speech by giving them 48 hours to get out of town.  Tell them that, effective immediately, we will no longer contribute one more dime to this corrupt organization.  Whatever they can’t take with them over the next 48 hours they forfeit to the American taxpayers; and let them know that diplomatic immunity will no longer be honored in America, so, if any of them have any pending legal problems in this country they may want to get a jump on that 48 hour window.

Next, create the Unborn Child Protection Agency.  It can be headquartered in the soon to be vacant U.N. building.  First things first, use some of the money we will be saving by not funding the U.N. and have the place thoroughly fumigated.  Since government screws up just about everything it touches, let’s agree that the taxpayers provide the infrastructure and the pro-life movement will run the day to day operations.  Stop funding Planned Parenthood and use some of this money to fund the UCPA.  Plenty of money will be left over.  Use it to feed every hungry child in America.  And use the money that we’ve been wasting on the U.N. to help retire some of our debt.

Mr. President, you may think I’m kidding, but just think about it.  What has the U.N. done over the last several decades that actually amounted to anything?  Anytime one of the world’s despots kills a bunch of people the U.N. Security Council huddles together and, if they’re really upset, they’ll issue a strongly worded letter to said despot; and in the end, nothing changes.

Sir, when you first ran for President you ran on the slogan Change You Can Believe In.  All the changes you have brought so far have been for the worse.  Now you can do some good.  I want to save America’s children and I don’t care where the help comes from.  Mr. President, even left-wing nincompoops can do good things that change the world if they just put their mind to it and do so with the common good for all our children.

As always, all my letters to you are published on my pro-life blog at www.prolifepoppop.com.  Write back and I’ll publish it, unedited.

cc: Planned Parenthood

Letter to Rahm Emanuel #1

Office of the Mayor

121 N LaSalle Street
Chicago City Hall 4th Floor

Chicago, IL 60602

Attn:    Mayor Rahm Emanuel

September 22, 2013

Mayor Emanuel:

As a pro-life blogger I write letters to politicians and members of the abortion industry on behalf of the 1.2 million American children who are killed every year before they can even be born.  My focus in life is to close the doors of America’s abortion mills for the last time; however, this time I’m not writing specifically about abortion.  I’m writing because I’m sick of Liberal knuckleheads like you calling for more gun control laws every time gun violence rears its ugly head.  As the Mayor of the murder capital of America, with some of the most stringent gun control laws in the country, do you really think adding more gun control laws in Chicago will stem the tide of gun related violence?

Mr. Mayor, I know you’re a flaming leftist with close ties to an abject failure of a President, but you have to know that taking guns out of the hands of law-abiding citizens will only make it easier for criminals, who pay no attention to gun control laws, to kill them.  Sir, if your security detail had its weapons taken from them would you feel more secure?  Do you think it’s a coincidence that America’s major cities with the most onerous gun control laws have the highest gun violence rates?

Mr. Mayor, the same logic that leads your side to pass more gun control laws in the hope that criminals will actually comply with them is the same logic that Planned Parenthood and America’s abortion industry uses when they attempt to disguise the killing of unborn children as women’s reproductive health care.  Liberalism always results in the exact opposite of its stated intent; and your actions as the Mayor of Chicago and Chief Lackey of President Obama prove that your grasp of honor, integrity, and common sense are tenuous, at best.

One more time, so even you can understand it, restrictive gun control laws are only followed by law-abiding citizens.  Criminals, by their very nature, do not comply with the law.  Chicago’s gang-bangers are not lining up to register their weapons, and before they go on a shooting spree they don’t count the rounds in their magazines to make sure they haven’t exceeded the number allowed under your laws.   Mr. Mayor, it’s no coincidence that states with concealed-carry and open-carry laws have the lowest incident rates of gun related violence.  It only makes sense that if a gun toting thug is slinking up behind grandma to rob her he’s going to think twice before he does so in a concealed carry state; grandma might be packing.

Sir, if you want to protect the children in your city, close your Planned Parenthood clinics and save thousands of innocent children from a violent death every year.

All my letters are published on my pro-life blog at www.prolifepoppop.com.  Your reply, while not expected, will be published too, unedited.

Letter to President Obama #47

The White House

1600 Pennsylvania Ave.  NW

Washington, D.C.  20500

Attn:    President Barack Obama

September 21, 2013

Mr. President:

My number 1 litmus test for determining whether to vote for a political candidate is where they stand on abortion.  Since you failed miserably on this test, you never did and never will get my vote.  My second criterion is selflessness.  Is the candidate willing to risk their political career by doing what is right even though it may be viewed as politically incorrect by government parasites and those who deem themselves to be society’s scorekeepers?   You also fail miserably on this count, as do most of your colleagues on both sides of the aisle.

This is the dilemma of the pro-life movement and our country.  Principled leaders are few and far between and courage of conviction is nowhere to be found.  The abortion lobby and Planned Parenthood have you, Harry Reid, and Nancy Pelosi in their pockets while all of you continue to feign your concern for America’s children.  Without exception, every time your side is on the losing side of any issue your go to line is “it’s all about the children.”

Mr. President, for me it really is all about the children.  While you’re throwing your 52nd celebrity music gala at the White House I’m wondering what I can do save my country’s unborn children.  While you’re trying to shove ObamaCare up our, um down our throats I’m writing to your friends at Planned Parenthood trying to talk some sense into them.  While you’re playing golf and hobnobbing in Martha’s Vineyard, America’s abortion mills continue to churn out over 3,000 dead children every day.

Mr. President, unless I’m missing something, the concept of public service is to actually serve the public.  Is allowing over a million unborn children to be killed every year a public service?  Is funneling over half a billion dollars in taxpayer money to the world’s largest abortion provider every year a public service?  Is trotting out blithering idiots like Nancy Pelosi to insult the public’s intelligence with incomprehensible babbling in support of your positions a public service?

Mr. President, padlocking the doors of Planned Parenthood and shutting down America’s abortion industry will not only serve the public; it will increase the size of the public; by 1.2 million a year.  Noodle this out Mr. President, over a million new citizens every year equals over a million potential new taxpayers every year.  For a leftist ideologue like you what could be better?  You have more people to tax and more people to rule under your thumb.  Mr. President, if our nation continues to reject and kill our unborn children, we do so at our own peril.

Yesterday Pope Francis summed up the abortion debate much better than I ever could:” Every unborn child, though unjustly condemned to be aborted, has the face of the Lord, who even before his birth, and then as soon as he was born, experienced the rejection of the world.”

As always, my letters to you are published on my pro-life blog at www.prolifepoppop.com.  Reply to one. What do you have to lose?

Cc: Planned Parenthood                                                                                   Respectful

Letter to Governor Perry #1

Office of the Governor
P.O. Box 12428
Austin, Texas 78711-2428

Attn:    Governor Rick Perry

September 20, 2013

Governor Perry:

As the publisher of a pro-life blog, I seldom find myself in the position of writing a letter to someone I agree with.  This is one of those rare exceptions.  I’m writing to offer my congratulations to you for receiving the Texas Right to Life’s Lifetime Achievement Award.

Governor, like you, I’m certain that a world without abortion is near.  The pro-life movement is making headway and principled leaders like you are taking a courageous stand against the pro-abortion lobby and the culture of death they represent.  Texas’s H. B. 2 is a model for the nation and the next in a long series of steps that will end abortion in America.  Sir, when Planned Parenthood has to pay protestors to fight against a bill that will save thousands of unborn children, you know you’re on the right side.

Governor Perry, character and grace walk hand in hand with honor and integrity.  These attributes are earned, not given.  Your very public expression of all these attributes speaks volumes about you as a man and serves as an inspiration to current and future leaders in a walks of life.  Sir, I can think of no higher calling than working to insure that every unborn child is allowed the most basic and priceless of all rights; the right to life.  You have fought and won the battles for our children and you are an inspiration for humble letter writers like me.

Every day I write letters to politicians and members of the abortion industry, and some days, for just a moment, I get frustrated.  The people I write to never answer, but frankly, I don’t expect them to.  It’s Ok though.  I know someone reads my letters; probably not the intended recipient, but someone reads them.  I know that one day, one of the people reading one of my letters will start to think about something I wrote and maybe I’ll change their mind.  A couple days ago I was wondering if what I’m doing will ever make a difference, and that’s when I came across the story saying you were “certain we will one day see a world without abortion.”  Governor, I don’t believe in coincidences, and I know that I was directed to stumble across your story for a reason. Just when I needed a little pick-me-up, there it was.  These things seem to be occurring more and more in my life lately and, like I said, I don’t believe in coincidences.

Governor Perry, I intend to do my part to end abortion in my country and the world; and I will continue to write letters until I can no longer write. I know you will continue to work with the pro-life movement for as long as it takes.  Today I’m more confident than ever that we will one day see a world without abortion.

My letters to you are published on my pro-life blog at www.prolifepoppop.com.  Should you choose to reply, I’ll publish it, unedited.

Letter to President Obama #46

The White House

1600 Pennsylvania Ave.  NW

Washington, D.C.  20500

Attn:    President Barack Obama

September 19, 2013

Mr. President:

As quite possibly the worst President in our history, you’ve attained many milestones in your march towards the destruction of our constitutional Republic.  You’ve buried future generations under a mountain of debt, allowed Americans to be killed in Benghazi while you ignored their pleas for rescue, and violated the law by granting exemptions from ObamaCare to big business and your political cronies.  Since you have no problem overstepping the bounds of your authority, how about doing so to the benefit of America’s unborn children?

As the law of the land, Roe v Wade made it legal to have an unborn child killed in America.  Since you’re so adept at granting exemptions, how about exempting every baby from the constraints of Roe v Wade?  You already allow children to stay on their parent’s health insurance until age 26 so it only seems fair that you should also allow them to be born.  Mr. President, allowing our unborn children to be killed at a rate of 1.2 million a year is tantamount to a suicide pact between you and America’s abortion industry on behalf of our nation.

Sir, we are killing our future leaders, entrepreneurs, and innovators in numbers that dwarf any human disaster in the history of the world.  More importantly, we are violating a sacred trust with our children; a universally accepted trust that holds every life equally as priceless as any other.  Every unborn child represents the essence of innocence and pure potential, and deserves to be protected at all costs.  Allowing their slaughter to continue will only accelerate our nation’s death spiral and insure the demise of the world’s last great hope.

Mr. President, bending the rules is something you’re quite proficient at.  You and your friends on the left continue to declare gun-free zones and crazed killers continue to enter gun-free zones and shoot to their heart’s content, secure in the knowledge that their innocent victims won’t be shooting back.  Try declaring America an abortionist-free zone and save over a million children a year. Mr. President, think about it, what is the downside to saving over a million innocent lives every year?

Sir, 3 days ago you waived a provision of American law that prohibits the supply of weapons from the United States government to terrorists.  This is an impeachable offense and you know it.  Guess what? I don’t care.  My priorities are saving America’s children, and then I’ll worry about your abject incompetence and utter disregard for our Constitution and the rule of law.  You can change the world forever with a few strokes of your Presidential fountain pen. Do the right thing.  Step up and break some laws for a good cause; millions of innocent children.

As always, my letters to you are published on my pro-life blog at www.prolifepoppop.com.  Should you choose to reply, I’ll publish it, unedited.

cc: Planned Parenthood

Letter to President Obama #45

The White House

1600 Pennsylvania Ave.  NW

Washington, D.C.  20500

Attn:    President Barack Obama

September 18, 2013

Mr. President:

As part of my job I work with numbers all day; some really big numbers. At night, after I’ve finished working at my day job, the job that pays my bills, I punch-in for my night job; working to end abortion.  Unfortunately, I work with some really big numbers on my night job too; 56,000,000 babies killed since 1973, 3,300 killed every day, 1 killed every 26 seconds.  Mr. President, these numbers haunt me, and should horrify anyone who sees them.  Every one of these numbers represents a dead child; a child that was killed because now wasn’t the right time to have a baby, or because it had Down syndrome, or because the young mother didn’t want to disappoint her parents, or a myriad other choices that all required an unborn child to be killed.

Mr. President, my night job, an unpaid position, is the most rewarding job I’ve ever had.  I don’t have to worry about a budget or meeting a payroll.  I don’t have to deal with disgruntled employees or pinheads from the IRS.  Most people working 2 jobs dread checking in for the night shift.  I think about my night job all day and can’t wait to get started every night.  My night job is a labor of love and the only result I will accept is the sound of doors locking for the last time at Planned Parenthood and every abortion mill in America.

Mr. President, I take it personally every time another child dies at the hands of an abortionist.  I feel that I failed to protect every child that died today.  I’m committed to saving every child scheduled to die tomorrow, and tomorrow I’ll check in committed to save the ones scheduled to die the following day. Sir, every unborn child killed today was a member of my family and yours. Every frightened, confused mother entering an abortion clinic is intrinsically bound to you and me.

Mr. President, although I love my night job, I dream of the last night I’ll ever have to do it. I dream of a world that welcomes every new child as the gift that every one is.  I dream of the day I can relax and read a book instead of writing letters to you and the pro-abortion crowd.  And I dream of a world where the only mention of abortion is in a history book detailing liberalism’s last 100 years of failed policies.

The 3,300 American children who were killed today died in a country where the value of a human life has been set at the price an abortion mill will charge to kill a human being. Most of them died as a simple matter of convenience and were seen as an unwanted problem, not a living human being.

Tomorrow America’s abortion mills will open for business and the killing will continue.  Tomorrow night I’ll clock-in, more determined than ever to end the killing.

Mr. President, my letters to you are published on my pro-life blog at www.prolifepoppop.com.  Reply to one of them and I’ll publish it, unedited.

cc: Planned Parenthood

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.