As a resident of the small town of Salisbury, Md., I used to think that evil organizations like Planned Parenthood always set up house in big cities. Then I discovered their clinic within sight of my grandsons’ daycare center, our local University, and one of the largest churches in town. Shortly after I began writing letters to them, I received a rather nasty reply that included a Planned Parenthood brochure and a handwritten note that ended with the words “get a life.” Since then, all my letters have been refused and have come back to me unopened, with the words “return to sender” scrawled across the envelope. I take it as a badge of honor that Planned Parenthood is afraid to open my letters. They can avoid me but they can’t avoid the truth. The following letter, written on August 26, 2014, is the 12th in a series of letters that will continue to arrive at their Salisbury, Md. location as long as innocent children arrive there to be killed.
1506 South Salisbury Blvd.
Court Plaza Shopping Center
Salisbury, Md. 21801
August 26, 2014
To Whom it May Concern:
The full parking lot at your facility today meant bad news for the unborn children of my community. From your perspective business was good. The children you killed today saw it in a somewhat different light. Many of them caught a fleeting glimpse of life outside the womb just before they were dispatched in the most brutal way. They were simply doing what they were meant to do; living and growing. For a few hundred dollars their brief lives among us were ended. Their lives that were way too short and their sudden, violent deaths did not go unnoticed. The One who sees all was watching.
The One who sees all does not grant the gift of life lightly. Every new life has its own unique purpose. Every new…
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