One year ago today I began my fight for the lives of our unborn children. Naturally, my first letter was to President Obama. When I first started this fight I actually planned to write one letter a day to the President for a whole year. A couple months into it I began to think about all his friends in America’s abortion industry and decided to take the fight to them as well. Today, after one short year, I can proudly say I’ve probably pissed off just about everyone who has a hand in the killing of innocent children in America.
The fire inside me burns hotter every day and my resolve grows stronger every hour to never give up and to leave it all on the field for the unlimited potential that lives in every unborn child. My one year anniversary is not a cause for celebration but an incentive to finish the job before my second anniversary. I see every day that I have to write another letter as one more day that I failed the unborn children of America. I don’t like to lose and will never concede in a fight that claims 3,500 new victims every day.
I wrote the following letter to President Obama on May 12, 2013. I’m committed to not having to republish it next year.
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW
Washington, D.C. 20500
Attn: President Barack Obama
May 12, 2013
I am the proud grandfather of 2 grandsons. My first grandson, who also happens to be my best friend in the world, is 2 years old and the joy of my life. My second grandson currently resides in my daughter’s tummy and is well past the halfway point in his development towards our first face to face meeting and embrace in September.
Mr. President, in my eyes and I’m sure in the eyes of our Creator, my yet unnamed second grandson is just as much alive and human as my 2 year old grandson, and has been so since the moment of his conception.
Sir, please explain to me why you think it should be legal, and more importantly, moral to slaughter our unborn children in America’s abortion mills, all while America’s taxpayers are forced to fund the world’s largest abortion provider, Planned Parenthood, to the tune of over $500 million a year.
As I watch my grandson jump up and down on his bed while counting “one, do, free, full”, the look of sheer joy on his face reminds me that millions of innocent children will never feel that joy because the greatest nation on earth sanctions the murder of its unborn.
Mr. President, after the Sandy Hook tragedy you made the statement that if your gun control agenda saved even 1 child’s life, it would be worth it. Sir, if you meant what you said about saving the lives of children, defund Planned Parenthood and support the repeal of Roe v. Wade and save hundreds of thousands of children each year.
Every new life represents unlimited human potential and every new life that ends at the hands of an abortionist diminishes us all.
Mr. President, do the right thing and support life in all its miraculous stages from the moment of conception to the moment of natural death.
I anxiously await the forthcoming auto-signed reply from your low level staff person with your pre-ordained talking points for letters such as mine.
PS: I would be most appreciative if you would be so kind as to have your people advise me when I can expect to be audited.