Letter to President Obama #63

The White House

1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW

Washington, D.C.  20500

Attn:    President Barack Obama

November 6, 2013

Mr. President:

If you ever get tired of destroying my country and get around to reading any of my letters you’ll see that my grandsons are my inspiration for working towards the end of abortion.  Unlike the current occupant of the White House (that would be you) I respect the sanctity of every human life.  Unlike the current occupant of the White House, I could never vote to deny potentially lifesaving treatment to babies who had survived botched abortions.  Unlike the current occupant of the White House, I could never, in good conscience, impose a government takeover of my country’s healthcare system and make all its citizens unwilling funders of abortion.

Mr. President, there are probably few, if any things we agree on, but there is one thing we have in common.  We were both allowed to be born.  The gift of life we were both granted was allowed to pursue its natural course.  As recipients of this gift we both have a moral obligation to do everything in our power to insure that every new life is allowed the same accommodation.  Sir, I am working towards that end.  Can you say you are doing the same?  Maybe you already said you were, and just ‘misspoke’; just like you’ misspoke’ when you said Americans could keep their health insurance and keep their doctor if they were happy with them.

Mr. President, my grandsons, my inspiration, are what gives me the words to do this every day. If I’m at a loss for words, all I have to do is imagine my life without them, and the words come pouring out.  My life has been enriched in ways I could never imagine just by knowing that I am Pop Pop to these two little guys.  Sir, in the end, our lives have meaning only if we are able to love and protect our children and grandchildren and to have a positive impact on the lives of others.

Mr. President, as I write this your friends at Planned Parenthood have filed multiple motions with the Supreme Court to have the 20 week abortion ban in Texas overturned.  They are also seeking to delay its implementation so they can continue to kill pain-capable children while the Court considers the matter.  Organizations like Planned Parenthood would cease to exist without willing accomplices like you.  A third of all unborn children in America would not be killed every year without your help and the consent of those on your side of the aisle.

Mr. President, I’m one of those who believes that the Universe has a perfect accounting system.  No thought or deed goes unnoticed and every thought or deed comes with consequences.  We all own our individual thoughts and deeds and the consequences they engender.  Good luck with yours.

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

Letter to National Abortion Federation #4

National Abortion Federation

1660 L Street NW

Suite 450

Washington, D.C.  20036

November 5, 2013

Ms. Saporta:

I’m thinking the recent events in Texas and the voluntary closings of 12 Planned Parenthood clinics have the abortion lobby all atwitter.  Yes, I said voluntary closings. As I’m sure you know, nothing in Texas’s strict new abortion laws require any abortion clinic to close.  They only require that abortion clinic doctors have admitting privileges at a hospital within 30 miles of the clinic.  After all, the business your organization promotes is all about protecting women, right?  One could logically assume that if a doctor is so incompetent he or she can’t secure admitting privileges at a hospital, maybe they shouldn’t’ be performing surgical procedures on women.  One could also logically assume that if a doctor’s sole purpose in life is to kill unborn babies, their concern for the welfare of the mothers takes a backseat to money.

Ms. Saporta, there’s a bigger picture here.  While you, Planned Parenthood, and the rest of America’s abortion industry tout your services as women’s reproductive health care, when given the opportunity to have your clinics comply with the same medical standards as any other surgical facility, you choose to close.  Maybe it’s just me, but this looks suspiciously like these clinics are admitting that they provide a substandard level of care.  But, I have to admit that looking at this situation from your perspective, if your clinic is in the business of killing human beings why do universally accepted medical standards apply?  Whether you kill a baby under sanitary conditions or not; it’s still dead.

The children you lobby to kill are the children that I and other grandparents love.  I spent last weekend with my 2 grandsons, aged 2 ½ years and 3 months.  I enjoyed every tiring minute and missed them terribly the moment they left for home. The time I have the privilege of spending with my grandsons represents, without a doubt, the best times of my life.  I just wish every grandparent could feel the love I feel from my grandsons.  Ms. Saporta, you are lobbying for the massacre of our nation’s future.  The children America’s abortion mills are killing represent the last great hope for our country.  While we’ve saddled them with debt and totally screwed up the country the lucky ones are allowed to be born into, we owe it to all of them to at least give them the same chance at life we were given.

Peter Singer, head of the ethics chair at Princeton University, advocates that the law allow for children to be killed for up to one month after they are born.   I shudder to think that as the abortion industry slowly dies, you will begin to lobby for the post-birth killing of our children.   You’ll, undoubtedly, see this as the next logical progression from killing them in the womb.  Hopefully our society will regain its collective conscience before the madness of abortion mutates to another insane level, and we close America’s abortion mills once and for all.

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.