1506 South Salisbury Blvd.
Court Plaza Shopping Center
Salisbury, Md. 21801
May 10, 2014
To Whom it May Concern:
I have to give credit where credit is due. I’ve written countless letters to Planned Parenthood’s Cecile Richards without a single reply, but after just two letters, I get a reply from you. Well; kind of a reply. Your answer to my letter of May 4, 2014: a Planned Parenthood brochure with a yellow sticky note attached with the following message: “I find my work quite meaningful and not at all grisly! Get a life.”
I guess I struck a nerve when I pointed out the obvious; that you work for an organization that kills hundreds of thousands of unborn babies every year. I’d be careful if I were you. The folks at your main office would probably be pretty upset if they knew you got so riled up over being called out for who you work for. Thanks for telling me to get a life. No offense, but I’d rather save a life; millions actually. You can help. When you close the office today; unplug everything, lock the door, and throw away the key. It’s that easy.
Contrary to what you may think, I don’t hate you. I hate what Planned Parenthood does to children. I’m committed to closing the doors of Planned Parenthood, including your office. How can a nobody like me close down America’s abortion giant? I haven’t a clue. What I do have is absolute faith that I can, and a commitment that I will do so non-violently.
Small victories in my fight for the lives of America’s unborn children are important to me. The way I see it, the time you took to write your snarky little note, attach it to a brochure, and stuff it into an envelope addressed to me was time you weren’t spending to help a mother have her child killed. The $0.48 Planned Parenthood spent to mail your reply was $0.48 they won’t have available to fund pro-abortion politicians or to lobby for less restrictions on abortion.
At the end of every letter I make the statement that if you write back I’ll publish your reply, unedited. In the next couple days I’ll publish exactly what you sent to me with no editing on my part. Just so you know, I won’t give up in my quest to end abortion. If you really want me to get a life, stop taking them from children. Take a little time everyday and think about what you are enabling as an employee of Planned Parenthood. Do some research on the founder of Planned Parenthood and decide if you agree with her goals in the area of eugenics and the extermination of black children.
Planned Parenthood is not welcome in my town and I will not rest until your doors close for the last time.
All my letters are published on my pro-life blog at www.prolifepoppop.com. Write back and I’ll publish it, unedited.