The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW
Washington, D.C. 20500
Attn: President Barack Obama
October 9, 2013
I’ve written plenty of letters to you since May in which I reference my grandsons as my motivation for fighting to end abortion. I sincerely hope that your staffer assigned to reading these letters feeds them into the shredder knowing what my grandsons mean to me and how badly I want every unborn child in America to have the opportunity to have a loving relationship with their grandparents. Mr. President, the only way this can happen is if we stop allowing our children to be killed before they can even be born.
Mr. President, on Saturday I spent the day with my 7 week old grandson. My day consisted of feeding him, burping him, changing his diaper, holding him until he fell asleep; repeat, repeat, repeat. During his naps I had time to write letters to you, Planned Parenthood, and various other pro-abortion individuals and organizations. All considered, a very productive day. Saturday night was sleepover time for my 2 ½ year old grandson and a Sunday of playing, swimming, rough-housing, a visit to a dinosaur show, followed by more rough-housing and playing.
Mr. President, while I’m enjoying my time with my grandsons I always have in the back of my mind the children who will never feel the love of a grandparent. On Sunday, as our fun was ending, I began to think about my work week ahead. I wondered if the staff and abortionists at Planned Parenthood were wrapping up fun weekends with their families and looking forward to what they would start their Monday doing. As I opened my office on Monday and began crunching the numbers for my latest project, the staffs at Planned Parenthood and the rest of America’s abortion mills opened their offices and began crunching the bodies of their latest tiny victims. The latest victims of America’s abortion industry spent the weekend nestled in their mothers’ wombs in total innocence, not knowing they were already scheduled to die on Monday.
Allowing our children to be legally killed is a violation of a sacred trust between parents and their children. Watch any child in the presence of its parents and you can see the unconditional trust they have that they are safe and will be protected from any harm. A mother walking into a Planned Parenthood clinic and paying to have her living child ripped from her body and killed is the ultimate betrayal of this unspoken, but sacred, trust.
Mr. President, I’m starting to think that you’re not paying attention to my letters. Actually, I never thought you would. Thinking about the welfare of your nation’s unborn children has to be a pretty low priority for a President working as hard as he can to destroy the country that they would be born into. Sir, I will continue my fight against abortion in the spirit of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. who said the following: “He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it.” I will never cooperate with it.
As always, 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