The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW
Washington, D.C. 20500
Attn: President Barack Obama
May 16, 2015
I believe in giving credit where credit is due. Last night’s Delta Force operation that killed ISIS big shot Abu Sayyaf once again showed the terrorists of the world that going up against America’s finest is a no-win situation. Our military heroes are willing to do whatever it takes to protect our freedom and nothing we could ever do could repay them for the sacrifices they make daily. Since you authorized the mission in your role as Commander in Chief, you deserve the thanks and gratitude of a grateful nation. I’ve called you out on numerous occasions over the past couple of years for your ineptitude and incompetence, but you got it right this time.
Now that you’ve done a good thing, why not continue the trend? The House passed a slightly watered-down version of the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act this week. While it’s far from perfect, it will save lives. All you have to do is push it through the Senate, withdraw your threat to veto it, and let it become the law of the land. Countless thousands of children who would otherwise be killed will get their chance at life with the simple stroke of your pen. Mr. President, on what moral basis could you possibly oppose a bill designed to save unborn children from agonizing deaths?
Sir, polling data and politics should not be considered when it comes to saving children’s’ lives. There will be plenty of time later to play politics and push your leftist agenda, but this is just too important. Last night you made the call, but our Delta Force heroes did the heavy lifting. When it comes to getting the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act to your desk for your signature, it’s your turn to do some heavy lifting. You wield enormous influence in your position, and a signal from you that you support this bill is all it will take to get it across the finish line.
Mr. President, you, me, and every one of the Delta Force heroes that made us proud last night were all into our 20th week of life at one point, just like the children this bill would protect. We all made it to birth and beyond due to the kindness and love of others. Now it’s our turn to pay it forward. In this case you can do more than me and even the Delta Force. There is no downside to standing up for life. Mr. President, stand up for America’s unborn children and protect their right to life in the greatest country on earth.
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cc: Planned Parenthood