Letter to Wendy Davis #4

The Honorable Wendy Davis

P.O. Box 12068

Capitol Station

Austin, Texas  78711

October 8, 2013

Senator Davis:

So now it’s official; you’re running for Governor of Texas.  As I noted in my previous letters to you, none of which you have answered, all you have to run on is your extreme pro-abortion stance.  Senator, in Texas “that dog don’t hunt.” Try as you might, you can’t spin a filibuster to allow late term babies to be killed on demand into the Governorship of a great state like Texas.  You’ll have the Planned Parenthood goons in your corner with their grab bag of dirty tricks and disgusting campaign tactics, but that’s about it.

Senator, just before I wrote this letter I fed my 7 week old grandson.  He’s napping peacefully now within arm’s reach of me as his perfect body processes the nourishing meal he finished 20 minutes ago.  He is growing and living as nature intended, just like every baby that was killed today was meant to do; just as their Creator intended.  Senator Davis, advocating to allow innocent children to be killed on demand is a losing strategy for a political campaign, and for a society that allows it.  Your friends at Planned Parenthood don’t kill hundreds of thousands of innocent children every year for any socially or morally redeeming cause; they do it for the money, plain and simple.  They will use you as long as you promote their agenda and then you’ll be discarded, just like they did to all the mutilated bodies of every innocent child they killed today; after they collected their fee.

Senator Davis, today is my son’s 27th birthday.  My goal is that his children will be born into a world where abortion is nothing but a painful memory of our past.  Our nation has allowed far too many of its future leaders, innovators, and entrepreneurs to die a grisly death for the sake of convenience and as sacrifices to a culture of death that feeds on the bodies of our dead children and its disregard for the sanctity of every human life.

Texas is the model for how America can end the slaughter of its unborn children and leaders like Governor Perry have shown that it can be done.  All we need are honorable leaders with the courage to do what they know is right and a society willing to embrace, once again, the Founding principles that made America great.  Unfortunately for you, you’re not that person.

Senator, you recently said the following: “With the right kind of leadership, the great state of Texas will keep its sacred promise that where you started has nothing to do with how far you can go.” You forgot to mention that this only applies if you are allowed to be born.  An unintentional oversight I’m sure.

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 Planned Parenthood #24

Planned Parenthood Federation of America

1110 Vermont Ave.  NW

Suite 300

Washington, D.C.  20005

Attn:    Cecile Richards

October 7, 2013

Ms. Richards:

As I looked into the eyes of my infant grandson this weekend I saw the gift of life that is priceless beyond description.  At 7 weeks old he is beginning to follow objects with his eyes and appears to be fascinated by all the new sights and sounds he is experiencing for the first time.  Even though his body is hardly bigger than my hand, he is perfectly formed and a vibrant, living human being.  He is totally dependent on the love and kindness of others for his very existence, just like every other human being that has ever lived.  Before he was born he was totally dependent on the love and kindness of his mother even though he was the same universally unique human being he is now and has been from the moment of his conception.  Should he be neglected and allowed to die, or killed intentionally at this stage of his life, our society would consider his death to be a murder under our laws.  Should my daughter have decided to have him killed at any stage of his development before he was born, she could have done so legally under our laws.

My grandson is the same human being he has always been.  The only difference is his current stage of development.  As he grows and matures he will still be the same human being, and when he becomes an old man many years from now he will gradually become dependent once again on the love and kindness of others for his very existence.  So goes life.  We begin our lives at the total mercy of others, grow and become independent, and gradually transition to the end stage of our life where many of us, once again, become dependent on others just like a child.  But we never stop being the same human being we were at the very moment of our conception.

Ms. Richards, the point I’m trying to make here is that the stage of development of any human being does not make them any less of a living human being.  Every time Planned Parenthood kills another baby they are killing a living human being at a particular stage in its life.  Whatever stage of development that happens to be is irrelevant, it is still a living child; a child that has the same divinely endowed right to life that every human being in the history of the world has ever been given.

Planned Parenthood and America’s abortion industry are screwing around with something they shouldn’t be screwing around with.  Ms. Richards, you don’t kill millions of your fellow human beings without consequences.  You don’t promote a culture of death and work under a business model that’s driven by killing innocent children for money without profound repercussions.  The lives of our innocent children are the Universe’s most priceless gift to the world.  I respectfully request that you stop killing them.

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.