Letter to Salisbury Planned Parenthood #13

Planned Parenthood

1506 South Salisbury Blvd.

Court Plaza Shopping Center

Salisbury, Md.  21801

 August 30, 2014

To Whom it May Concern:

For 3 days this week your office was teeming with customers.  I call them customers and not patients because they are paying you to kill their unborn babies.  You don’t provide medical treatment to these mothers; you provide a brutal service at their request.  You can call killing a human being for money anything you want but in the end it’s nothing more than murder for hire.  It’s still legal for the most part to kill unborn children in America, but I intend to change that.  I will not leave this world without knowing that I stood on the side of life and every child’s Right to exercise it.

A culture of death is casting a pale over America and the world, and Planned Parenthood has played a large part in fomenting the attitudes that lead to this decay.  You encourage young people to terminate their pregnancies (kill their unborn children) so they can seemingly avoid the consequences of their actions.  You convince them that the living human being growing inside them is not really human.  You devalue life on a personal level and transform hundreds of thousands of mothers of living children into mothers of dead children every year.

A society that allows its unborn children to be killed as a simple matter of choice engenders a systemic disregard for the sanctity of life.  Allowing over a million innocent children to be killed every year in our country has resulted in generations of childless families.  Something has gone terribly wrong in America.  One out of every three unborn children should not be summarily executed in the country representing the world’s last best hope.  Clinics like yours should not be popping up in small towns like mine; setting up shop to kill my neighbors’ children.

I’m a simple man but I feel honor-bound to speak out for those who have no voice.  The children you kill daily were not created so they could be murdered in the womb.  Every child you kill weakens the fiber of our collective humanity and every child you kill strengthens my resolve to close your doors forever.  Not a minute goes by that I don’t think about the children you killed today and the ones I still have a chance to save tomorrow.  What I still haven’t figured out is how to convince Planned Parenthood and everyone else in abortion industry to take a step back and take an unfiltered look at what you do every day and call it anything but what it is; killing innocent children for a fee.

I’ll keep asking you to stop killing our children and hopefully my efforts will save some lives and change some minds.  This isn’t a fight I chose to take part in but a fight that I have no choice but to win.  I have faith that if I stay in the fight our children will win their Right to life.

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

 

Letter to President Obama #96

The White House

1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW

Washington, D.C.  20500

Attn:    President Barack Obama

 August 27, 2014

Mr. President:

Cowards know what the right thing to do is, but don’t have the courage to do it.  They go through life hoping someone else will make the difficult decisions they don’t have the stomach for; hoping that someone else will have the courage they can’t seem to muster.  So goes America today.  Our elected leaders would rather bicker and argue over politics than serve the people that put them in office.  They allow our unborn children to be killed by the millions and embolden terrorists like ISIS to brutally murder our citizens as a result of their tepid response in defense of innocent human lives.

As I’ve written many times over the last couple of years, I believe a tug of war between good and evil is taking place worldwide.  China kills tens of thousands of unborn children every week under its one child policy.  Hamas seeks the total annihilation of Israel, as does Iran.  ISIS murders women and children daily for having the audacity to own a cell phone or being a Christian.  The greatest country on earth allows over a million of its unborn children to be killed every year. We all know evil when we see it but far too many of us choose to do nothing, hoping that someone else will do the heavy lifting and that we will be the benefactors of their efforts.

We kill one another in the name of religion, radical ideologies, and blind obedience to misguided leaders.  The world has more than enough of anything anybody could ever want, or feel the need to kill for, and it all can be had by simply asking.  There’s no need to kill each other over politics, a parcel of land, or, in the case of our unborn children, as a matter of convenience.  Mr. President, the world stands on the precipice of total anarchy and you’re working on your golf game.  A blood-thirsty terrorist group has vowed to fly their flag in the White House and you fail to understand or lack the courage to do what has to be done; eliminating them from the face of the earth.

Mr. President, America needs to occupy the moral high ground in times like this.  We need to set an example that taking innocent lives is never justified, and stop killing our own children.  We need to step up and defeat the terrorists wherever they are by whatever means we need to employ.   A righteous war is one where innocent lives are protected.  I’m fighting one to protect the world’s unborn children.  Like it or not, terrorists like ISIS have declared war on America; a war we have no choice but to fight and win.  Mr. President, with all due respect, put away the golf bag, strap on a pair, and go win this thing.

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 Salisbury Planned Parenthood #12

Planned Parenthood

1506 South Salisbury Blvd.

Court Plaza Shopping Center

Salisbury, Md.  21801

 August 26, 2014

To Whom it May Concern:

The full parking lot at your facility today meant bad news for the unborn children of my community.  From your perspective business was good.  The children you killed today saw it in a somewhat different light.  Many of them caught a fleeting glimpse of life outside the womb just before they were dispatched in the most brutal way.  They were simply doing what they were meant to do; living and growing.  For a few hundred dollars their brief lives among us were ended.  Their lives that were way too short and their sudden, violent deaths did not go unnoticed.  The One who sees all was watching.

The One who sees all does not grant the gift of life lightly.  Every new life has its own unique purpose.  Every new life that ends before it can realize its universally unique purpose leaves us all the poorer.  Every new life that ends in a Planned Parenthood clinic denies its Creator’s wishes that it grow and flourish.  Planned Parenthood could stop killing babies for money tomorrow.  There is no moral imperative that you do what you do every day.   You’ll be breaking no laws if you end the killing tomorrow.

Call it karma, call it justice, call it what you want; the consequences of what you do will be severe.  Killing hundreds of thousands of innocent children every year will exact a heavy price from organizations like yours who award bonuses to clinics that kill more children this year than they did last year.  As I write this the world is quaking in fear over a bunch of thugs who call themselves ISIS.  They brutally kill innocent people in the name of an insane ideology.  Planned Parenthood will kill more human beings this year than ISIS could ever dream of killing.  You’ll do so in the name of an insane ideology that says a woman has the right to choose to have her unborn child killed on demand.

The goons at ISIS dream of instituting an Islamic caliphate that would plunge the world back into the 6th century; a time of barbarous brutality.  Aside from the comforts of modern technology, one could argue that Planned Parenthood and the world’s abortion industry operate from the same mindset.  We live in a world where terrorists are killing innocent people to promote their cause while your organization kills innocent people to promote your cause.

We can do better.  We must do better.  I will spend the rest of my life, if need be, to put you and everyone else in the business of killing children out of business.  I’m determined that my grandsons will grow up in a world where one third of their future friends are not killed in the womb.  You can deny what we both know to be true and continue to refuse to even read my letters, or join me in my quest to end abortion.

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

ALS Ice Bucket Challenge: No Thanks

ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis) is a terrible disease and I pray that a cure will be found soon.  I can’t in good faith, however, participate in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.  The ALS Association uses embryonic stem cells in its research to develop a cure.  In order to obtain embryonic stem cells a living human embryo must be destroyed or the cells must be harvested from an aborted baby.  After years of embryonic stem cell research a total of zero cures or effective medical uses have been developed.  The moral juxtaposition of using embryonic stem cells is that a living human being must be killed in order to conduct research that may or may not save a life or lives in the future.  The only stem cell research that has lead to positive results has been performed with adult stem cells.  There is no ethical dilemma in using adult stem cells since they can be harvested without killing or harming the donor in any way.

Working towards a cure for a deadly disease like ALS is a noble pursuit.  Sacrificing tiny humans in the hope of finding a breakthrough is not the way to do it.  Every life is equally as valuable as any other.  I’m no more important than a human embryo and sadly, neither is someone afflicted with ALS.  Since embryonic stem cell research has been a dismal failure, maybe a better use for the ALS Association’s money and resources would be a different course of action.

I don’t claim to have all the answers nor do I claim to be the moral authority on who should do what for whatever reason.  I do know what I feel in my heart and what I see as ethical and moral, and anyone wishing to disagree with me is free to do so.  My friends and family taking the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge are doing it for the right reasons.  They’re raising money and raising awareness, and hopefully their efforts will lead to a cure.  My hope is that the ALS Association will use this financial windfall and PR bonanza as an impetus to move away from the use of embryonic stem cells and pursue other avenues towards a cure.

Taking innocent lives to potentially save innocent lives is not the way to go.  I have no doubt that the ALS Association’s intentions are pure.  My problem is with their means and methods.  When they abandon the use of embryonic stem cells I’ll be four-square behind them.  I’ll happily take my turn with the ice bucket and write them a check.  Until then; no thanks.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Letter to President Obama #95

The White House

1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW

Washington, D.C.  20500

Attn:    President Barack Obama

 August 20, 2014

Mr. President:

The beheading of James Foley by an ISIS goon showed the world the face of true evil.  An organization that brutally murders innocent civilians in the name of an insane ideology has no place in this world.  Even the Pope has endorsed the use of force to rid the world of these barbarians.  Sir, if you turn the other cheek to terrorists, they’ll cut it off.  And if we don’t take the fight to them they’ll bring it to us.  Our military heroes represent the most sophisticated, well trained fighting force in the history of the world.  ISIS is no match for them and if there ever was a time for America to flex its muscles, it’s now.

Matthew 5:9 states: Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of God.  The terrorists of the world claim to be fighting a holy war.  The true holy war will be the one we must wage to rid the world of ISIS and every other group of terrorist thugs who identify themselves with an abbreviation and a propensity to hide behind women and children when it’s time to fight.  A gang of thugs who are too cowardly to even show their faces doesn’t have a chance when it comes to a real fight against a highly trained and motivated fighting force like our military.

Mr. President, you’re taking baby steps against an opponent who sees baby steps as a sign of weakness.  Targeted airstrikes are a start but must be followed by direct engagement of the enemy.  Political reactions to acts of terrorism won’t get the job done.  America is war weary and rightly so, but ISIS and its hangers on are determined to ply their deadly trade on our soil.  ISIS represents a real and present danger to America and our interests around the world.  Their stated goal is to fly their flag in the White House.  We ignore these barbarians at our own peril and if we don’t stamp ISIS out now it will only be more difficult when the inevitable confrontation finally comes.

You may be asking yourself why a pro-life blogger is advocating military action in a foreign land.  As a military veteran I don’t take placing American troops in harm’s way lightly.  I also understand that as the world’s only remaining superpower, America has an obligation to exercise its capability to eradicate pests like ISIS wherever they are found.  I’ll be back on the job tomorrow fighting for the world’s unborn children.  Just like the world’s fight against terrorism, failure is not an option for me when it comes to saving children.  I’ll stay on the job and respectfully request that you finally start doing yours.

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 Planned Parenthood #52

Planned Parenthood Federation of America

1110 Vermont Ave.  NW

Suite 300

Washington, D.C.  20005

Attn:    Cecile Richards

 August 19, 2014

 Ms. Richards:

As the heartland of our country burns over the death of a young man, your abortion mills are busy churning out dead children by the thousands.  No one knows for sure what happened in Ferguson, but what happens daily in your clinics is painfully obvious.  You won’t find me or my friends on the pro-life side rioting in the streets or looting your facilities.  We oppose what you do to the world’s children and we all are committed to ending the killing.  We will do so peacefully and reject the use of violence to achieve our goals.

The handful of individuals in Ferguson, Mo. committing violent acts and destruction of property are hypocrites.  They claim to oppose violence while being violent.  They claim to be outraged by what they have pre-judged as a criminal act while they commit criminal acts.  The handful of troublemakers in Ferguson are a lot like Planned Parenthood.  You claim to be soldiers against a war on women while you kill their children and scar them for life.  You claim to be a health care provider while killing hundreds of thousands of innocent children every year.

While a tiny percentage of the protesters in Ferguson are thugs, at least they haven’t killed anyone yet.  You’ll kill thousands of children this week and do it all over again next week.  In the 10 days since Michael Brown’s death over 30,000 unborn children have been killed in America by Planned Parenthood and your colleagues in the abortion industry.  The news media isn’t covering these deaths 24/7 even though each and every one of these children was just as much alive as you and I when their mothers walked through your doors.

I’ve heard a lot about moral equivalency over the past few months.  Many in the media and political left have referred to Israel and Hamas as equals even though Hamas is a terrorist organization.  They portray the violent protesters and police in Ferguson as equals.  They call abortion, the intentional killing of a human being, a simple medical procedure.  I think a lot of people want to impose a moral equivalency upon diametric opposites because they don’t have the moral courage to stand for something.  Claiming to be pro-choice is an example.  If you don’t oppose the killing of innocent children you are for it.  If you claim that a mother has the right to have her unborn child killed you endorse abortion on demand.

Ms. Richards, I proudly stand on the side of life.  I was granted the gift of life just like you and I’m determined to make the most of it, and to fight for every unborn child’s Right to it.

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 #94

The White House

1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW

Washington, D.C.  20500

Attn:    President Barack Obama

 August 18, 2014

Mr. President:

By the time Michael Brown is laid to rest, his body will have undergone 3 autopsies.  Unlike Al Sharpton, I don’t know what happened, so I won’t speculate.  What I do know is that Michael Brown’s life was priceless, but no more priceless than that of the police officer who shot him, and no more priceless than the more than 3,000 unborn children killed today in America.  When I see so much angst over the very public loss of 1 human life I can’t help but wonder how long America’s abortion industry would remain viable if placed under the same scrutiny as Ferguson, Missouri.

If you weighed in on the death of just 1 of the innocent children killed by Planned Parenthood today would it make a difference?   The Civil Rights of every unborn child killed today were violated.  Eric Holder is on his way to Ferguson, Mo. to investigate the killing of Michael Brown; supposedly to insure that his Civil Rights were not violated, and to stir the pot of raw emotions for the news media.  Why doesn’t he visit the closest Planned Parenthood clinic on his way?  He can see firsthand how innocent Americans are brutally killed every day for no good reason.

Mr. President, why do you feel it is appropriate for you to comment on the death of Michael Brown?  Was his death more important than all the young black men gunned down in Chicago last weekend?  Why is the death of an 18 year old human being more compelling than that of an 18 week old unborn baby?  Would you pay as much attention if a young white man had been shot by a black police officer?  Sir, I think we both know that the only reason you have thrown the weight of your office into this case is to try and generate some positive P.R. and to divert the news cycle from all your recent failures.

Sir, whatever the circumstances, the death of any human being for any reason other than natural causes is a tragedy.  A systemic disregard for the sanctity of life is running amuck in the greatest nation on earth.  We kill over a million of our unborn children every year and then act surprised when young people kill each other over trivial differences.  We foster a culture of death and then try to convince ourselves that we aren’t part of the problem.  We all want to look to someone else for the answers when the gravity of our inhumanity becomes apparent, reluctant to look within ourselves.

Mr. President, for a little over a year now I’ve been looking within.  Until we stop killing each other and allowing the most vulnerable among us to be killed for a fee, our downward spiral to depravity will continue.  We all have a choice.  We can be part of the problem or part of the solution.   I’ve made my choice.  Have you?

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