I find it ironic that just days before Christmas, Planned Parenthood’s Cecile Richards tweets “Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy, Healthy New Year.” Wishes of health and happiness from the head of the world’s largest child killing organization strikes me as a bit patronizing and disingenuous, but maybe it’s just me. Maybe she really does wish everyone well; everyone lucky enough to have been born that is. If you’re yet to be born, she’s thinking about you too. She’s thinking about how to convince your mother that having you killed, and paying her to do it, will make her life better. For Cecile Richards, life goes on. For any unborn child passing through Planned Parenthood’s doors, it all ends there.
I find it ironic that 2 New York City police officers are assassinated just days before Christmas, and all race-baiting, parasitic leach Al Sharpton can talk about is that he feels threatened. The murders of these 2 men were a direct result of his racial incitement and Mayor Bill de Blasio’s ongoing animus towards his own Police Department. They’re both doing the cover your ass shuffle for the time being, waiting for this to blow over so they can move forward with their radical, self serving agendas. Every time Sharpton injects himself into any situation, innocent people end up getting killed. One has to wonder why Al Sharpton has visited the Obama White House over 80 times to advise the President on racial issues.
I find it ironic that just days before Christmas, the parking lot at my local Planned Parenthood clinic is full. During what should be a joyous time of year for all children, America’s abortion mills are killing thousands of them every day. The administrators at Planned Parenthood’s clinics are padding their Christmas bonuses with the blood of dead children. At the end of the day they celebrate the Holiday season and celebrate their success over the past year. Success to them is killing more children this year than they did last year.
As I write this, I find it ironic that the protesters marching through the streets of New York City are obviously clueless as to what they are protesting. A simple examination of their body language by anyone who practices reading people, shows that they have been coached. Watch them as they chant and then look to the person beside them for approval, hoping that they are showing the proper amount of conviction and outrage over the cause they know very little, if anything, about. I find it ironic that the Police Department these clowns are protesting against are the very ones who are protecting them as they protest.
I find it ironic that I would be willing to die for either of my children or grandchildren while my fellow Americans allow over 3,000 of our own to be killed every day. I find it ironic that the President golfs in Hawaii while the largest city in America is in turmoil over this week’s events. I’m curious as to why he appears on camera to make a statement every time a black man is killed by the police, but is nowhere to be seen when a black man kills 2 policemen.
America is in need of strong leadership and a moral compass. We currently have neither and desperately need both. As the New Year approaches, it’s time for all of us to make our resolutions for our lives moving forward. Other than eliminating the phrase “I find it ironic” from my vocabulary, I resolve to do more to serve my fellow man and to end the killing of our unborn children. Merry Christmas!