Letter to President Obama #78

Last weekend the worst President in our nation’s history said that he is a true leader because of his leadership on climate change. I don’t know about you, but it was painful for me to watch the leader of the free world look so clueless. In the following letter, written on August 28, 2014, I was trying to steer the President off his global warming, radical environmentalist agenda, and towards something of substance, like ending abortion. Apparently, he doesn’t have a problem burning the bodies of dead children in power plants. His problem is with burning coal. He didn’t answer my letter and it’s obvious he didn’t take my advice. I’ll take another run at him by reposting this. I’m sure he’ll reconsider.

Pro Life Pop Pop

The White House

1600 Pennsylvania Ave.  NW

Washington, D.C.  20500

Attn:    President Barack Obama

April 28, 2014

 Mr. President:

During your tenure as President, more than 20% of America’s coal burning power plants have been forced to close so you and your supporters can perpetuate the myth of global warming.  You tell us there is too much carbon in the atmosphere and unless we switch to wind power and drive cars resembling tricked out golf carts the oceans will rise and the world as we know it will end.  While you and your cronies at the Environmental Protection Agency have a big problem with our country using one of our most abundant resources to generate electricity, you apparently have no problem allowing our most precious possessions, our unborn children, to be killed and then burning their dead bodies to generate power.

That’s what was discovered in Oregon recently; aborted babies…

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