Planned Parenthood Federation of America
1110 Vermont Ave. NW
Washington, D.C. 20005
Attn: Cecile Richards
August 12, 2014
I remember the simple pleasures of growing up in America. My family was poor and I came from a broken home, but I always had food to eat, a roof over my head, and a bed to sleep in. Too often we forget that the poor in America would be considered well off in most of the world. We take for granted that we’ll wake up tomorrow and life will go on. We know that good works need to be done but most of us feel that we don’t have the time or skills to do what has to be done; so we do nothing and hope that somebody else will step up and do the job.
I’ve been there. I’ve spent most of my adult life knowing that abortion is an evil of immeasurable proportions; but did nothing to end it. It wasn’t until a couple years ago that I took the time to educate myself on the extent of the horrors of your barbaric industry and began to think about what I could do to end the indiscriminate killing of innocent children. I wanted to fight for our children on a personal level and felt that the way to do so was to communicate directly with people like you, who kill them for money. I also reach out to your enablers as well; they being just as guilty of infanticide as you.
If you would take the time to ask your secretary you would know that I’ve been persistent in my attempts to get you to stop killing hundreds of thousands of babies every year and to stop lobbying for laws that would allow you to kill even more. Your secretary would possibly even direct you to my blog where you could see the letters I’ve written to the President, other abortion providers, and pro-abortion politicians like Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi, and Wendy Davis. Ms. Richards, like you, they rarely reply to my letters and some even return them unopened.
Even though you haven’t yet acknowledged my existence, I know that someone on the receiving end of my letters opens and reads them. When I began my mission to end abortion I knew it would take time. I also knew that every day you and your colleagues remained in business thousands of innocent children would continue to die. I feel a sense of urgency to fulfill my mission and to end the killing. Some days I get discouraged and feel that my efforts will never yield results. I see the violence throughout the world and wonder who would want to listen to a nobody like me plead for the lives of unborn children that your industry has convinced many are nothing more than blobs of tissue.
However discouraging it may be on some days, I know in my heart that I’m doing what my Creator has asked me to do. Get used to hearing from me. I won’t stop what I do until you stop what you do.
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