Letter to Planned Parenthood #25

Planned Parenthood Federation of America

1110 Vermont Ave.  NW

Suite 300

Washington, D.C.  20005

Attn:    Cecile Richards

October 18, 2013

Ms. Richards:

It’s been over a week since I wrote to you and I didn’t want you to start thinking that I’m not thinking about you.  I’ve been busy writing to your friends at NARAL and the National Abortion Federation; a pretty unsavory crowd, but you already know that.  You’ve been busy too.  In the week since I wrote you your organization has killed 7,000 more children.

Ms. Richards, allow me to fill you in on my latest grandson’s progress.  A little over 8 weeks ago he was born 5 weeks early.  He weighed 4 lbs. 14 oz and had some issues.  After 11 days in NICU he came home.  At his 2 month check-up on Monday he weighed in at 10 lbs. 1 oz.  My grandson is a miracle, just like every child that Planned Parenthood killed today.

At 2 months old, he’s a vibrant, healthy baby, but just like an unborn child, he is totally dependent on his parents and his family for his life.  He doesn’t have to think about growing and getting stronger, he just does; just like every unborn child.  He’s alive, but no more alive than any unborn child before it was killed in one of America’s abortion mills today.  My grandson is 2 months old but he’s been alive for over 10 months.

Every child you killed today was simply expressing the gift of life it had been granted.  Every child you killed today was different than every other child that ever has or ever will be granted the gift of life.  Every child that was alive when it entered a Planned Parenthood clinic today, and left the building dead represents an irrecoverable loss to all humanity.

My newest grandson and his big brother continue to grow and flourish, just like every child is meant to.  They are safe and loved just like every child is meant to be.  They are both being spoiled by their Pop Pop, just like every child should be.

Ms. Richards, I’m pretty sure my letters annoy you or whoever has to read them.  Good news.  More people are reading my blog and my Twitter following is growing, so even if my letters don’t get to your desk, they are being read.  I’ll keep writing and maybe one day you’ll answer.  I still believe that one day I’ll write something that will cause you to reexamine your life’s work and move to the pro-life side of the aisle. Until then, think of me as that nagging headache that just won’t go away.  Pass the aspirin please.

By the way, happy belated 97th birthday to Planned Parenthood.  Hopefully it will be your last.

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.

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