Back in August of 2013 I wrote letter #12 in a series of letters to Planned Parenthood; a series that won’t end until the practice of abortion does. When I wrote this letter Planned Parenthood was throwing its support behind proposed legislation in California that would allow individuals other than doctors to perform abortions. A couple months after I wrote this letter the bill was signed by Gov. Brown, ushering in another new low in the abortion lobby’s quest to make it easier to have your unborn child killed.
The harder Planned Parenthood and their ilk fight to kill more babies, the harder I’ll fight to stop them. While they make time to kill over 300,000 babies every year, they don’t seem to have any time to acknowledge my letters. Who knows? Maybe this time they’ll reply.
The following letter, written on August 29, 2013, states quite clearly what I think of Planned Parenthood and their colleagues in the business of killing children for money. I’m pretty sure they hold me in the same regard.
Planned Parenthood Federation of America
1110 Vermont Ave. NW
Washington, D.C. 20005
Attn: Cecile Richards
August 29, 2013
Remember the last time you saw a large aquarium? Beautiful fish of all shapes, sizes, and colors darted in all directions in a complex ballet of incalculable precision. Then there’s this one really ugly fish hanging around the sides slowly gnawing the green scum from the glass surface. Occasionally he’ll dart to the bottom to gobble up the latest deposit of fresh fish poop; then he reassumes his position gnawing at the scum in his bug-eyed glory. I don’t know the ichthyological classification of this fish so I’ll call him a scum sucking bottom feeder.
Funny how every time I hear the term scum sucking bottom feeder I think of Planned Parenthood. Come to think of it, equating your organization with crap eating fish is an insult to all the turd gobblers of the world. Unlike Planned Parenthood, they provide a needed service and nobody gets hurt. They do it for free, they don’t have an agenda, and the children of the world love to visit them.
Ms. Richards, I see you’ve been busy lobbying the California State Legislature to allow individuals other than doctors to perform abortions. I guess your stated mission of providing quality reproductive health care and protecting a woman’s right to choose doesn’t include protecting a woman’s right to choose to have her unborn child killed by an actual doctor. In your defense, you still achieve the desired end result, a dead child. Who cares if the individual performing the procedure didn’t go to medical school and may not have the training needed to handle unanticipated complications? Planned Parenthood still gets paid, so it’s all good. Having abortions performed by individuals other than doctors will probably result in you having to lower the fee for having a child killed, but I guess you’ve crunched the numbers and determined that increasing the number of procedures you can perform will offset the lower fee per procedure and actually increase your bottom line.
Your new slogan: “Care. No matter what.” fits seamlessly into your business plan for California. No matter what you have to do, including performing abortions with individuals not having a medical license, just so you can hit your revenue projections, is all in a day’s work. Killing America’s children is not what I consider Care, but we’ll address that at another time.
Yesterday I saw a picture of your clinic in Bryan/College Station, Texas as it was closing for the last time. Watching the Planned Parenthood sign being dismantled was a beautiful sight. I hope to see this image repeated many times over the coming months and years.
For your information, I’m publishing all my letters to you on my pro-life blog at www.prolifepoppop.com. Should you ever decide to reply to one of them I’ll publish your reply, unedited. Hope to hear from you soon.