NARAL Pro-Choice America
1156 15th Street
Washington, D.C. 20005
Attn: Elyse Hogue
June 27, 2014
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.