1110 Vermont Ave. NW
Washington, D.C. 20005
Attn: Cecile Richards
November 13, 2013
As the Holiday season approaches I can’t help but wonder how much having 2 grandsons will cost me this Christmas. I don’t care. They’re worth it. Ms. Richards, another thing I don’t care about is you getting tired of me talking about my grandsons in my letters. The things I don’t care about don’t get anybody hurt. The things you don’t care about, America’s unborn children, gets hundreds of thousands of them killed by Planned Parenthood every year. Instead of this being the happiest time of year for thousands of mothers and children, this will be the year they die in one of your abortion mills.
My wish for this Holiday season is a spike in the unemployment statistics for workers in America’s abortion industry. My hope is that everyone working at Planned Parenthood’s clinics will take time this season to reflect on what they do for a living. I hope they take the time to look into the eyes of every confused and scared mother entering their clinics to have their unborn child killed. I want them to think about the final moments of every child that enters your doors and imagine the pain and suffering their employer inflicts upon the most vulnerable of all human beings. As they embrace their own children on Christmas morning, I want them to think about all the children that will never know the joy of Christmas because of the work they do.
Ms. Richards, you and your employees make your living off the dead bodies of America’s unborn children. Planned Parenthood and your colleagues in the abortion industry will kill more children this week than the combined total of all military deaths since the beginning of both the Iraq and Afghanistan wars 12 years ago. During your employee’s lunch hour tomorrow 140 babies will be killed in America’s abortion mills. If only our country’s leaders were as proficient at their job as you are at killing unborn babies.
Ms. Richards, my New Year’s resolution will be to redouble my efforts to save the world’s children from the horror of abortion. I’m working on new ideas that can make me a bigger pain in the ass for you and the rest of America’s abortion industry. I’m comforted by the fact that, even though you don’t respond to my letters, somebody in your office has to open them, and hopefully read at least part of them before they enter the shredder.
I look forward to spending the Holidays with my family and 2 little grandsons. I look forward to them growing up in a country where abortion is a thing of the past. And I look forward to keeping up the fight until the end of abortion is a reality.
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.