Letter to President Obama #85

The White House

1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW

Washington, D.C.  20500

Attn:    President Barack Obama

June 29, 2014

Mr. President:

Yesterday I had the distinct privilege of attending a function in honor of our wounded warriors.  These brave men and women gave their all for America, and all the honors and gratitude we direct towards them will never be enough.  The sacrifices they made for us were for all of us.  They didn’t give everything so thousands of innocent American children could be killed every day.

America’s military heroes willingly give their lives to protect the Rights far too many of us take for granted; the most important of which is the Right to life.  Every unborn child is granted this Right at the moment of conception and must depend entirely on the good will and respect for life of others to be able to exercise this Right.

Mr. President, our country dishonors our military heroes’ sacrifices every time we allow another abortion to be performed.  When an American soldier makes the ultimate sacrifice for his or her country, he or she doesn’t pick or choose which group of Americans they are dying for.  They don’t give everything to protect a woman’s right to have her baby killed.

Mr. President, small town America gets it.  The entire town turns out for events like the one I attended yesterday.  Children are welcomed at these events and treasured as the gifts from God that they are.  If you had asked anyone at yesterday’s event if they thought we should be able to have our unborn children killed on demand, I think you know what the answer would have been.

America needs to return to the small town values that made us great.  What you don’t see at events such as the one I attended yesterday are organizations like Planned Parenthood hawking their services and touting their industry of death as an all American staple.  They’re quick to take advantage of the freedoms our heroes fought for, but conspicuously absent when we gather to honor them.

Mr. President, you are the Commander in Chief of the greatest military the world has ever known.   These men and women, who all happen to be volunteers, will follow any lawful order you give and complete any mission they are assigned.  They perform their duties daily with honor and integrity and don’t question the motives of their President, even if he happens to be an utterly inept amateur like you.

Mr. President, when it comes to honor and integrity, you and your friends on the pro-abortion side don’t measure up.  When it comes to traditional American values, you are clueless.  When we gather to honor our heroes, everyone is welcome.  You and your friends in the abortion industry won’t be there, and I’m ok with that.

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

cc:  Planned Parenthood

 

Letter to NARAL #7

NARAL Pro-Choice America

1156 15th Street

Suite 700

Washington, D.C.  20005

Attn:    Elyse Hogue

 June 27, 2014

Ms. Hogue:

It appears that NARAL and all its friends in the pro-abortion camp are really wound up over the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn the Massachusetts law that provided a 35 foot buffer zone around abortion clinics.  What’s not to be upset about?  Now, a woman walking to an abortion clinic to have her child killed may have to walk by someone asking her to reconsider her decision to kill an innocent human being.

Ms. Hogue, while you insist that buffer zones would prevent violence outside abortion clinics, you fail to mention the violence that occurs inside.  The handful of violent incidents outside abortion clinics since 1973 pales in comparison to the 56 million murders that have taken place inside during the interim.

The 35 foot buffer zone that you claim to be so fond of was nothing more than a means for you to try to validate a practice that is an affront to humanity.  By placing a so-called protective buffer between someone trying to kill a child and those feeling a moral obligation to protect children you claim protected status for baby killers.  A chalk line 35 feet from an abortion clinic door is nothing more than another gimmick in the abortion industry’s bag of tricks; a bag of tricks designed to focus attention away from the fact that thousands of tiny human beings are being killed every day on the other side of the line.

Ms. Hogue, the following statement, in your own words, sums up the hubris and hypocrisy of America’s industry of death and parasitic leeches like NARAL: “While the Supreme Court acknowledged that these laws play an important role in protecting women and doctors, the Justices made it more difficult for states to protect their citizens. Let’s be clear: today’s decision puts women and health care providers at greater risk. We will work to make sure that legislatures in states are focused on making clinics safe for women, free of harassment, intimidation, and violent acts.”

You say the buffer laws protect women and doctors.  Never once do you mention the innocent children who die every day from the violent acts you say that abortion clinics should be protected from.   Ms. Hogue, why do you label pro-lifers like me as anti-choice?  Me and my friends in the pro-life community have no problem with choice.  Our issue is with the killing of innocent children.

The Supreme Court enabled this mess we’re in when Roe v Wade became the law of the land.  It’s about time they started unraveling the web of death they sanctioned over 41 years ago.  And it’s about time organizations like NARAL started calling murder something other than choice.

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

 

 

June 26, 2014

At the end of June last year I was fired up over the seemingly endless stream of blithering idiots speaking out for the legal killing of our unborn children.  Nancy Pelosi was being Nancy Pelosi, and Wendy Davis had just arrived on the scene as the latest cheerleader for America’s abortion industry.  In the case of Senator Davis, if the only cogent argument she can form against closing abortion clinics that can’t meet strict medical standards is that women seeking abortions will be forced to travel farther to have their child killed, she’s in trouble.

It’s hard to debate a topic like abortion with disingenuous people who fail to acknowledge the scientific and moral reality that unborn children are living human beings.  Hard or not, I intend to keep up the fight.  The following letter was on its way to the White House last June 30, destined, no doubt, to the same fate suffered by 3,500 unborn American children that same day; discarded like so much trash.

 

The White House

1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW

Washington, D.C.  20500

Attn:    President Barack Obama

 June 30, 2013

Mr. President:

Recently, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi was asked to explain the moral difference between killing a baby inside the womb as opposed to killing the same baby shortly after birth.  In a classic example of cranial rectal insertion, this glittering jewel of colossal ignorance simply answered that the priest asking the question was “being hysterical.”  Mr. President, you must be so proud of Ms. Pelosi, who claims to be a devout Catholic out one side of her mouth while simultaneously advocating for the brutal killing of our unborn and newly born children out the other side.

Sir, as I’ve stated in previous letters to you, the pro-abortion side, Ms. Pelosi, Planned Parenthood, and the rest of your friends in the abortion industry represent the ultimate in hypocrisy.  One inconvenient fact that none of you can dispute is that 100% of you were allowed to be born.   How dare you and your ilk, after receiving the gift of life, deem yourselves to be the arbiters of who gets to live and who doesn’t?

Mr. President, please keep trotting blithering idiots like Ms. Pelosi out in front of the cameras to state the case for legal abortion.  Her clownish demeanor and abject ignorance of the facts, combined with her seeming inability to organize and communicate a rational thought makes her one of the best friends the pro-life movement could ever have.

Mr. President, another unintentional friend of the pro-life movement is State Senator Wendy Davis of Texas.  Her 11 hour filibuster this past week of Texas’s ban on aborting unborn children 20 weeks and older was a circus.  By using delaying tactics and civil disobedience within the Senate chamber, she and her co-conspirators were able to run out the clock on a bill that she knew was going to pass.  What I will never understand is how a mother of 2 can be so willing to fight against protecting unborn children from an excruciatingly barbaric death after medical science has proved that they can feel the pain of being killed.

I happened across Senator Davis this morning as she was taking her victory lap on Face the Nation.  Although unlike Ms. Pelosi, being able to communicate in complete sentences, the premise she relies on and the illogical justification of her actions is no less baffling.  One of Sen. Davis’s problems with the bill was a provision that would impose stringent medical competency requirements on abortion providers, resulting in the likely closure of all but 5 abortion centers in Texas.  Her problem, in her eyes, was that women seeking to have their child killed at an abortion clinic would now have the hardship imposed upon them of having to drive a longer distance to have it done.

Mr. President, if ignorance is bliss, you and your pro-abortion friends have been doubly blessed with both.

cc: Planned Parenthood

 

Letter to Planned Parenthood #45

Planned Parenthood Federation of America

1110 Vermont Ave.  NW

Suite 300

Washington, D.C.  20005

Attn:    Cecile Richards

 June 25, 2014

 Ms. Richards:

Wednesdays are weight training days for me.  Tonight as I neared the end of my workout I was reminded of just how quickly things can change.  As I was doing my last set of inverted pull-ups, both my pull-up handles broke and I fell awkwardly on my back and hip on a ceramic tile floor.  I laid on the floor for a couple minutes assessing the damage; a bloody chin, cuts on both arms, an egg sized and growing goose egg near my right elbow, a twisted back, and a really sore right hip.  I’ve been hurt a lot worse and life goes on.

Ms. Richards, during the 2 to 3 minutes I spent checking my injuries out, America’s abortion industry killed another 7 unborn children.  Life goes on for Planned Parenthood and its colleagues; but for the 7 innocent children you killed as I lay on the floor, it all ended today.   If I had fallen at a slightly different angle or my pull-up handles had broken at a different stage of my pull-up motion, the outcome for me could have been a lot worse.  Life can change and life can end just that quickly.

As I type today’s letter, in fulfillment of my promise to myself and God that I will do something every day to end abortion, more parts of my 60 year old body are starting to hurt.  Pain reminds me that the gift of life I was allowed to exercise doesn’t come with a guarantee that every day will be easy or that bad things won’t happen.   Life’s only promise is that it will give you everything you ask of it; all you have to do is ask.

Ms. Richards, the fledgling lives your organization ended today were all denied their chance at greatness.  They were all moving inexorably toward their individually and universally unique journeys.  Your organization felt it was appropriate to value each of these priceless lives at a couple hundred bucks before you brutally ended them.

I can already tell that I’m going to be pretty sore tomorrow.  That’s ok.  I’ll deal with it and I’ll still be on the job tomorrow night trying to put you out of business.  My injuries will heal in pretty short order, but the daily heartbreak I feel for all the innocent lives you and your colleagues end will only stop when your doors close for the last time.

I’ll be back tomorrow, in honor of my children, grandsons, and every child that deserves the same Right to life that you and I enjoy.

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

cc: Planned Parenthood

Salisbury, Md.

 

Letter to President Obama #84

The White House

1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW

Washington, D.C.  20500

Attn:    President Barack Obama

June 24, 2014

 Mr. President:

In true Saul Alinsky fashion, your administration is overloading the ‘system.’  When one crisis begins to get traction, another pops up, and as the left leaning media plays wackamole with all of them, nothing ultimately gets done.  That’s the progressive game plan and you’re executing it flawlessly.  Your agenda: collapse the economy, collapse the healthcare system, dishonor our veterans, swing the gates open at our borders, bow to our enemies, betray our allies, and allow our unborn children to be legally killed.

Mr. President, your latest manufactured crisis is at our southern border.  Unaccompanied children are streaming across the border from Central America and, true to form; you claim you never saw it coming.  One has to wonder, if you never saw it coming why did your administration advertise on January 29 of this year for transportation venders to transport 65,000 children from the border to various Office of Refuge Affairs Centers?  The truth is your administration put the word out in Central America that if children could make it across the border, they could stay in America.  The drug cartels are stepping in and charging thousands of dollars each to get these children to our border.

Why are you doing it?  Who knows?  Maybe you’re trying to develop a future voting base.  Most likely you want to use them as the anchor to draw their families here so you can get an immediate boost in Democrat voters.  Whatever your motivation is, you are needlessly putting thousands of children at risk, enriching the drug cartels, and assisting in the violation of our Sovereignty.

Mr. President, I not only have zero tolerance for killing our unborn children; I also have zero tolerance for putting innocent children in harm’s way just to serve a political agenda.  We have enough problems already, thanks to you.  We don’t need to import more.

As I’ve written on numerous occasions, most of the damage you’ve done can be undone once you are shown the door.  Unfortunately, undoing a manufactured humanitarian crisis could take a generation.   Mr. President, as a pro-life blogger, most of my letters to you and those of your ilk are written as part of my advocacy for the pro-life movement.  On occasions like this I sometimes feel the need to step back and point out the bone-headed stupidity of your increasingly radical tenure as our President.

I’ll be back on the job tomorrow fighting for every innocent life that you’ve made a conscious choice to ignore. Sir, life is the most powerful yet fragile force in the Universe, and I will fight until my dying breath to insure that every new life gets its opportunity to change the world.

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

 

cc:  Planned Parenthood

 

Letter to NARAL #6

NARAL Pro-Choice America

1156 15th Street

Suite 700

Washington, D.C.  20005

Attn:    Elyse Hogue

 June 23, 2014

Ms. Hogue:

In my previous letters to you I touched on my dismay that an organization such as yours can even exist in the greatest country on earth.  Unfortunately, the freedoms we all enjoy as Americans must also make way for scum-sucking bottom feeders like NARAL, whose sole mission in life is to make it easier to have your unborn child killed at any point in its life, from the moment of conception to the moment of its birth.

Ms. Hogue, the assembly-line of death the National Abortion Rights Action League cheerleads for will kill over a million children this year.  By that standard of measure, your efforts are a success.  By any standard of morality and basic human Rights, the practices you advocate represent a human tragedy of epic proportions.

In spite of your best efforts to package your mission as the protector of women’s rights, your fundamental premise is flawed.  No human being has the Right to choose to have another human being killed.  Notwithstanding the obvious failings of our legislative and judicial branches of government, the moral clarity of every life being equally as valuable as any other is unquestionable.

In your paper titled The Safety of Legal Abortion and the Hazards of Illegal Abortion, you make the following absurd statement:  The Institute of Medicine of the National Academy of Sciences declared in its first major study of abortion in 1975 that “legislation and practices that permit women to obtain abortions in proper medical surroundings will lead to fewer deaths and a lower rate of medical complications than [will] restrictive legislation and practices.”  What the study failed to mention was that the “fewer deaths” it referred to were fewer deaths of mothers.  The “proper abortions” they referred to result in the death of a human being every time.

Your side is not able to make any rational argument for the elective killing of unborn children so you come up with creative semantics like abortion care and safe abortion while calling my side anti-choice.  We’re not anti-choice.  We’re anti-killing innocent children.

Ms. Hogue, tact has never been one of my strong points and I would never consider exercising it for you or an organization like NARAL.  You’ve squandered the gift of life you have been given in your pursuit of fame and as an advocate for the leading cause of human death in the world.  Your progressive ideology and track record with Media Matters and MoveOn.Org make you the poster child for what is wrong with America.  You and your organization provide support to a no-consequences society where an unintended pregnancy all too often ends with the killing of an innocent child.

My life’s mission is to close the doors of all the abortion mills in America and in doing so close the doors of parasitic organizations like NARAL.   I’ll be in touch.

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

June 22, 2014

Last October, on my son’s birthday, Wendy Davis was enjoying her 15 minutes of fame for fighting against Texas’s version of the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act.  She was the abortion industry’s latest darling for a short time, and then the bill passed.  Now, her campaign to become the next Governor of Texas is on a steep downward trajectory towards political oblivion.  Just like President Obama, a quick review of her resume shows that she’s not what she claims to be.  At least her friends at Planned Parenthood are honest about their desire to kill as many babies as possible.

Senator Davis was, and still is to some extent, the abortion industry’s latest attempt to make the unforgivable look harmless.  They had high hopes that she would pan out as a squeaky-clean spokesperson for their industry of death and destruction.  They both got what they deserved.

I wrote the following letter on October 8th of last year as I celebrated the life of my son, mourned the deaths of over 3,000 children on the day of his birth, and recommitted my life to saving the rest.

 

 

The Honorable Wendy Davis

P.O. Box 12068

Capitol Station

Austin, Texas  78711

 October 8, 2013

 Senator Davis:

So now it’s official; you’re running for Governor of Texas.  As I noted in my previous letters to you, none of which you have answered, all you have to run on is your extreme pro-abortion stance.  Senator, in Texas “that dog don’t hunt.” Try as you might, you can’t spin a filibuster to allow late term babies to be killed on demand into the Governorship of a great state like Texas.  You’ll have the Planned Parenthood goons in your corner with their grab bag of dirty tricks and disgusting campaign tactics, but that’s about it.

Senator, just before I wrote this letter I fed my 7 week old grandson.  He’s napping peacefully now within arm’s reach of me as his perfect body processes the nourishing meal he finished 20 minutes ago.  He is growing and living as nature intended, just like every baby that was killed today was meant to do; just as their Creator intended.  Senator Davis, advocating to allow innocent children to be killed on demand is a losing strategy for a political campaign, and for a society that allows it.  Your friends at Planned Parenthood don’t kill hundreds of thousands of innocent children every year for any socially or morally redeeming cause; they do it for the money, plain and simple.  They will use you as long as you promote their agenda and then you’ll be discarded, just like they did to all the mutilated bodies of every innocent child they killed today; after they collected their fee.

Senator Davis, today is my son’s 27th birthday.  My goal is that his children will be born into a world where abortion is nothing but a painful memory of our past.  Our nation has allowed far too many of its future leaders, innovators, and entrepreneurs to die a grisly death for the sake of convenience and as sacrifices to a culture of death that feeds on the bodies of our dead children and its disregard for the sanctity of every human life.

Texas is the model for how America can end the slaughter of its unborn children and leaders like Governor Perry have shown that it can be done.  All we need are honorable leaders with the courage to do what they know is right and a society willing to embrace, once again, the Founding principles that made America great.  Unfortunately for you, you’re not that person.

Senator, you recently said the following: “With the right kind of leadership, the great state of Texas will keep its sacred promise that where you started has nothing to do with how far you can go.” You forgot to mention that this only applies if you are allowed to be born.  An unintentional oversight I’m sure.

My letters to you are published on my pro-life blog at www.prolifepoppop.com.  Should you choose to reply, I’ll publish it, unedited.