Planned Parenthood Federation of America
1110 Vermont Ave. NW
Washington, D.C. 20005
Attn: Cecile Richards
November 19, 2013
Today’s the day in Albuquerque; the day its citizens decide whether they will ban the killing of pain-capable babies by passing the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Ordinance. If our spineless leaders in the Senate would pass this bill on a national level and our equally spineless President would withdraw his threatened veto and push for its passage, legislation such as this on the local level wouldn’t be necessary. Think of all the money Planned Parenthood could save if you didn’t have to fight against every little bill designed to save America’s unborn babies. Maybe you could use the money to clean the blood stains off your waiting room chairs and procedure rooms.
No city in America should be put in a position by the law of our land that they have to pass ordinances to prevent the killing of their unborn children. No organization, such as Planned Parenthood, should get hundreds of millions of dollars in taxpayer subsidies every year so they can promote a culture of death, while they kill over 300,000 children, year in and year out.
Ms. Richards, in a perfect world I wouldn’t have to spend every night writing letters to the dregs of our society, begging for the lives of America’s unborn children. I wouldn’t have to think about what unthinkable procedure is being utilized at any given moment to kill another innocent child in the country I love. You wouldn’t become wealthy off the blood of our children and the hard-earned tax dollars of the American people, and every child would be allowed to be born, just like we were.
The hundreds of thousands of dollars Planned Parenthood is spending in Albuquerque to fight the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Ordinance could be spent to the immeasurable good of America’s children, if you weren’t so intent on killing them. The half billion dollars you get every year, courtesy of the U.S. taxpayers, could feed every hungry child in America with plenty to spare. While you’re rubbing elbows with President Obama and the Nancy Pelosis of the world, America’s unborn children are entering our country’s abortion mills as living human beings and leaving as mutilated dead bodies.
If I was a citizen of Albuquerque today, I think you know how I would be voting. America will be watching what happens there today, and, win or lose, Planned Parenthood is scared to death. You can see the pro-life movement gaining ground, bit by bit. You can see the disastrous consequences for America’s abortion industry if other cities follow Albuquerque’s lead. I hope, in some small measure, you are beginning to feel the same panic and fear the mothers and babies entering your clinics feel.
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