Letter to Planned Parenthood #48

Planned Parenthood Federation of America

1110 Vermont Ave.  NW

Suite 300

Washington, D.C.  20005

Attn:    Cecile Richards

 July 21, 2014

Ms. Richards:

Sundays and Mondays are the hardest days of the week for me.  On Sundays I can’t help thinking about the thousands of innocent children spending their last day alive in America.  On Monday, as I begin my work week, I know the folks at Planned Parenthood and America’s abortion mills are also beginning theirs. The killing will go on all day and all week, and who knows when it will finally stop?

Like most of my fellow Americans, I make my living doing something that harms no one.  The workers in the abortion industry make their living off the suffering and death of unborn children.  You promote your industry of death as a woman’s health care service while the whole world knows what you do to make your money.  It’s a poorly kept secret that the revenue you generate from killing babies is your main source of income; that and the half billion dollars a year you get from the U.S. taxpayers.

What I think I’ll never understand is how an industry like yours that subsists solely on the death of innocent children, can lobby for the right to kill even more.  You say you’re defending a woman’s right to choose, but all you really want is to kill her baby for money.  You fight any and all attempts to place restrictions on how many babies you can kill and at what point in a child’s life it should be protected from your brutal practices.

Ms. Richards, I’m sickened every time I drive by my local Planned Parenthood clinic.  When I drive through the parking lot I can see the vacant stares of the women entering the building.  I can sense a cloud of death hovering over the building and I mourn the pain and suffering that goes on behind their doors.  I’m determined to run your organization out of my town and I’m just as determined to put you out of business.

Children should not be killed in their mother’s womb in America or anywhere else in the world.  Businesses like yours, who kill babies for money, should be outlawed.  In honor of my children and grandchildren I’ve made a promise to God that I will spend the rest of my life, if necessary, to end abortion.  I will do so in a non-violent manner, although with extreme prejudice, against those willing to kill babies for money.  I will do so with no ambition for personal gain and with nothing other than saving the lives of innocent children as my goal.  Your cooperation by closing immediately would be greatly appreciated.

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.


One thought on “Letter to Planned Parenthood #48

  1. Reblogged this on Pro Life Pop Pop and commented:

    I’ve been on an inexcusable hiatus for several months from my work to end abortion. Even though I am haunted daily by visions of the innocent children dying in America’s abortion mills, my efforts to end the killing have not been up to par. Today my hiatus ends.

    I wrote the following letter to Planned Parenthood’s Cecile Richards a little over 2 years ago. I was trying to express my frustration that a business dedicated to killing babies could flourish in the greatest country on earth. Today, Planned Parenthood is still alive and well. As a matter of fact, Cecile Richards was a featured speaker at this week’s DNC Convention.

    With the very real threat of Hillary Clinton, a vile individual even more abortion-friendly than President Obama, moving into the White House, it’s even more important for the pro-life side to state its case.

    On the off chance that my letter didn’t end up on Cecile Richard’s desk the first time around, I’m sending it again with the hope that they will help me out by honoring my request that they close their doors immediately.

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