Letter to President Obama #101

The White House

1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW

Washington, D.C.  20500

Attn:    President Barack Obama

 February 8, 2015

Mr. President:

 At last week’s National Prayer Breakfast you tried to strike a moral equivalency between radical Islam and Christianity.  I’m not surprised.  You have a long history of saying the wrong things at just the right time.  As I write this, ISIS is raping and murdering children, beheading Muslims and Christians, and committing unspeakable acts of barbarism in the name of Islam, and you don’t have the courage to call them radical Islamists.

What should we expect from a President who classified the terrorist attack on Fort Hood as workplace violence?  How do we look to our President as the voice of moral clarity when you uttered the words “God bless Planned Parenthood?”  Mr. President, as the titular leader of the free world, in theory, the world should be able to look to you as the voice of reason when the sky is falling.  Instead, tiny countries like Jordan are carrying the fight to ISIS while you stonewall them as they beg you for basic material assistance.

As a military veteran, I’m profoundly embarrassed that the Commander in Chief of the world’s greatest military happens to be you.  As a man who respects honor and integrity, I worry about the future of an America that’s lead by a man who possesses neither of these attributes.  America is better than you and your fellow leftists will let her be.  I’m confident we will return to greatness in spite of your best efforts to bring us down.

Most of my letters to you are written because of your role as the most abortion-friendly President in history.  The true test of a leader is how he treats those with no power to oppose him.  Your record of not only supporting abortion, but actively promoting it shows what kind of leader you are.  Since your days as an Illinois State Senator you’ve been firmly in the corner of the pro-abortion side.  Your multiple votes against the Born Alive Infant Protection Act, a bill designed to provide life-saving treatment to children who survived botched abortions, show just how radical your pro-abortion views are.

Mr. President, you are on record as stating you will veto the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act if it makes it to your desk.  Please explain to me, the American public, and every unborn child in America why you feel it should be legal to dismember pain-capable babies while they are killed by the thousands.   While you’re at it, as a constitutional scholar, please point out the section of the constitution that affirms a woman’s “core constitutional right” to have her unborn child killed.  These are your words so I’m sure you’ve dog-eared the passage in your pocket constitution to back them up.

Mr. President, the world’s on fire and you’re yukking it up with Utube celebrities and brewing beer in the White House.  Get a grip and while you’re at it, get a backbone.

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

 

One thought on “Letter to President Obama #101

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

    When I wrote the following letter to President Obama last year the world was going to hell in a hand-basket. A year later, not much has changed. He’s still afraid to take on ISIS and he’s still the most abortion-friendly President in history. Over the course of his Presidency, I’ve written hundreds of letters to Mr. Obama. Occasionally, I’ll get an auto-signed form letter from the White House, making a one or two word reference to the subject in my letter, and nothing changes. I’ll keeping plugging away and, if nothing else, there will forever be a written record of what I thought about what I considered to be important. I’m amazed that a year after I wrote this letter I could simply change the date and mail it again. It’s time to undo what this man has done, and time to elect a principled leader. I don’t know who that man or woman is yet, but I’ll support them when they step forward.

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