May 6, 2014

I recently decided to take a step back every couple days and republish letters I had previously written, and to include the short narrative I initially intended to write as an explanation for my motivation at the time each one was written.  Last November I was feeling particularly frustrated with business as usual in the country I love.  ObamaCare was becoming a reality and every day it was even more evident that America was being led by an utterly inept narcissist.  The only thing President Obama seemed to be good at was lying and supporting an industry that kills thousands of babies every day.

As I’ve written previously, we can fix pretty much everything this clown has screwed up once he’s out of office.  What we can’t fix are the millions of tiny lives that ended at the hands of America’s abortion mills during his watch.  As with all my letters to the President, I send Planned Parenthood a copy, since he is joined at the hip with them.  The following letter was entrusted to the hands of one of America’s most colossal failures, the U.S. Postal Service, after being stamped and addressed to one of America’s most colossal failures.


The White House

1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW

Washington, D.C.  20500

Attn:    President Barack Obama


November 15, 2013

 Mr. President:

You’re learning the painful lesson that actions have consequences.  You’re also learning the painful lesson that BS will only carry you so far before it all comes crashing down.  Unfortunately, a nation gets the leader it deserves; so we’re stuck with you for 3 more years.  The consequence of electing a President with no executive experience and no discernable skill sets leads to disasters like ObamaCare.  So it looks like we’re all stuck with each other.

We can fix this.  Here’s what you need to do.  Own up to the fact that you’re in over your head and back off.  Go to Camp David or just go anywhere, and let the big boys clean your mess up.  I don’t have the answers but I do know that ObamaCare isn’t the solution.  My focus is on ending abortion and getting through the rest of your term without the country I love falling into total chaos.

Mr. President, Senator Lindsey Graham recently introduced the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act into the Senate.  You have already stated that you will veto this bill if it passes the Senate.  Why do you want the killing of pain-capable children to continue in America?  Do you think our children’s’ lives are less important than ours?  Do you think it’s OK to kill an unborn child even if it can feel the agony of being killed?

Mr. President, let’s face it.  You’ve made one hell of a mess of America and it’s painfully obvious that you don’t have a clue how to manage anything, much less the greatest country on earth.  Try taking the high road for a change.  Stand up for the lives of our unborn children.  Encourage the Senate to pass the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act and promise to sign it if it comes to your desk.  Work to repeal Roe v Wade and fight for the lives of the 1.2 million unborn children killed every year in America.

Mr. President, instead of going down in history as the worst President we have ever had, you have 3 years to turn it all around.  Cut your ties with Planned Parenthood and the rest of America’s abortion industry.  Work with the pro-life movement to end the scourge of abortion and promote a culture of life; not death.  Mr. President, a man in your position wields enormous influence.  Channel your influence towards the good of humanity, and the possibilities are endless.  Spend the next 3 years with your focus on the sanctity of every human life and millions of American children can be spared the horror of abortion.

As always, my letters to you are published on my pro-life blog at  Write back and I’ll publish it, unedited.

cc: Planned Parenthood


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