Letter to President Obama #108

When I started this blog, my intention was to write a letter to President Obama every day until I received a cogent, well thought out response. After receiving dozens of form letters from the White House, generated by keyword recognition software, topped off with auto signed signatures, I decided to branch out. I still like to keep in touch, letting the President know how disappointed I am with his policies on abortion and the utter incompetence of his leadership. When I wrote the following letter in October of last year, I was particularly frustrated that every time he comes out to bemoan gun ownership in America, he ends the speech by saying that he has to push gun control laws, even if it only saves one child. This, from a man who supports abortion and actively promotes it. President Obama is a miserable failure and a legend in his own mind. I can’t wait until he is shown the exit from the people’s house. I only hope that Hillary isn’t walking in as he is walking out. As with all my letters to the President, I copy Planned Parenthood, since they are both joined at the hip.

Pro Life Pop Pop

The White House

1600 Pennsylvania Ave.  NW

Washington, D.C.  20500

Attn:    President Barack Obama

October 3, 2015

Mr. President:

Every time a mass killing involving a firearm takes place in America you trot to the podium, fire up your teleprompter, and proceed to lecture the country on the liberal mantra of taking guns out of the hands of law-abiding people.  Even an utterly inept leader like you has to know that an insane lunatic hell-bent on killing as many people as possible will find a way to do it; gun or no gun.  Mr. President, institutions that advertise that they are gun-free zones are inviting any idiot, who may be so inclined, to come in and start shooting, because no one will be returning fire.

Sir, for the last time, gun control laws are only obeyed by law-abiding citizens.  Taking guns from law-abiding citizens tilts the balance in favor of…

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