April 27, 2014

Last August, shortly after the birth of my second grandson, I was feeling especially inhospitable to Planned Parenthood and the heartless killers in America’s abortion industry.  I had just seen how hard my preemie grandson had fought to live and had witnessed just how powerful a force life is.  The killers in America’s abortion industry work hard every day to stamp out life.  They’re fighting a losing battle. The numbers they are able to kill are staggering and the methods they employ to carry out their brutal mission are an affront to civilized society.  Life will prevail in the end, but at what cost?  How does the death of an innocent child benefit anyone; other than the bean-counters at the abortion clinics?  Why do we sentence innocent children to death while we sentence brutal criminals to life?  These are some of the questions I struggle with every hour of every day, and that’s why I write to Planned Parenthood’s Cecile Richards and other facilitators of the greatest evil humanity has ever endured.  The following letter met its fate at the hands of Planned Parenthood’s shredders last August, just days before my second grandson was strong enough to go home.

 

Planned Parenthood Federation of America

1110 Vermont Ave. NW

Suite 300

Washington, D.C.  20005

Attn:    Cecile Richards

 

August 19, 2013

Ms. Richards:

This is one of those good news/bad news situations.  The good news for my family is that my little grandson who was born 5 weeks early just 9 short days ago will be going home this week.  The bad news for you; Planned Parenthood missed out on another one.  If I have my way, America’s abortion mills will be missing out on all of them soon.

I absolutely believe that most American’s are decent, moral people.  They’ve been lied to, misinformed, and convinced that abortion is a necessary evil that must be protected under our laws.  They’ve been sold a bill of goods by liberal politicians and a compliant press that abortion should be safe, rare, and legal; all this while the brutally efficient killers at Planned Parenthood and America’s abortion industry kill over a million innocent children every year.

Ms. Richards, perception is reality.  Many Americans still perceive abortion to be a rather innocuous procedure where no one gets hurt and the mother goes home none the worse after having her pregnancy terminated.  Having your pregnancy terminated sounds so much better than having your living baby ripped violently from your womb and discarded like yesterday’s trash doesn’t it?

While we’re talking about perception, semantics are also used with great success by America’s industry of death.  The term, Partial Birth Abortion, doesn’t even come close to describing the horror of the actual procedure.  But why would you want to describe the actual procedure where the unborn, fully viable child is turned by the abortionist while still in its mother’s womb so it can be pulled feet first from its mother?  The baby is then completely delivered except for the top half of its head.  The abortionist then inserts forceps into the base of the child’s skull, severs its spinal cord, and kills it.  Sometimes at this point in the procedure a CNS Decompression is performed to make it easier to remove the now dead body of the child from the mother’s birth canal.

Ms. Richards, the brutal methodology of a Partial Birth Abortion doesn’t sound quite as touchy-feely as its description, does it?  Incidentally, CNS Decompression sounds much better than what it actually involves; that being the suctioning of the dead baby’s brain matter from its skull.  But, from your perspective the baby’s already dead so why not collapse its skull so you can remove its body more quickly?  Heck, if you hurry you may be able to squeeze a couple more in before your 2 o’clock tee time.

Ms. Richards, I’m not a big fan of semantics or calling something what it’s not just so it sounds better; so I’ll get right to my point.  You disgust me.  Planned Parenthood disgusts me. America’s abortion industry disgusts me.  Your doors will close for the last time in my lifetime.  Any questions?

 

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