Planned Parenthood Federation of America
1110 Vermont Ave. NW
Washington, D.C. 20005
Attn: Cecile Richards
November 10, 2014
For the past year and a half I’ve been writing letters to you and your friends in the abortion industry. So far you haven’t as much as acknowledged receipt of even one of them, much less replied. I can’t say I expected any more from the head of the world’s largest child killing organization. Even though Planned Parenthood receives over $500 million a year from the American taxpayers, why should you feel obligated to open a dialogue with the millions of us who want to shut you down?
Since I wrote my first letter to you, Planned Parenthood has killed about 500,000 unborn children in America; but you already know this. As a matter of fact, you award bonuses to Planned Parenthood abortion clinics that exceed their goal of dead children for the year. I have to wonder how much of that bonus money comes out of my paycheck. I also have to wonder what an organization that kills children for money wouldn’t do for money. As paid killers, where do you draw the line for ethical behavior, since ethical behavior is nowhere to be found within your organization?
Does it ever cross your mind that, as the public face of a business that kills another child every minute and a half, you are the living, breathing spokesperson for evil? When you check your bank account balance do you realize that every penny you have was paid for with the blood of a dead child? Do you believe that any of the more than 300,000 children Planned Parenthood will kill this year deserve a chance to be born, just like you and I?
Ms. Richards, in spite of our differences, I believe that if you encountered someone you didn’t know in a life-threatening situation you would do anything you could to help them. Why won’t you do the same for the innocent children entering your abortion clinics? They’ve harmed no one and are simply trying to live. At the end of your life all the money you’ve earned in the child killing business will not buy you one more minute, or temper the judgment you will surely face.
We are born alone and die alone, and we all are held to account for everything we do in the interim. Based on your actions to date, you’ll have a lot to answer for. In closing, may I ask that you reflect on your life’s work to date, and ask yourself if it has all been worth 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.