Letter to Salisbury Planned Parenthood #5

Planned Parenthood

1506 South Salisbury Blvd.

Court Plaza Shopping Center

Salisbury, Md.  21801

 May 27, 2014

To Whom it May Concern:

Just a day after our nation paused to honor its fallen military heroes, you and your colleagues resumed the killing of America’s children.  Those who sacrificed everything so we could be free would never fight for the right to kill an innocent child.  They realized how precious life is and willingly gave theirs to insure that every Americans’ right to life would be held sacrosanct.  For us to do anything less, dishonors their sacrifice and violates the sacred trust between a nation and its children.

How could the greatest country on earth stray so far from its founding principles?  Our laws allow your employer and America’s other abortion mills to kill over a million children every year for nothing other than money.  You and your co-workers at the Salisbury Planned Parenthood office work for an organization that has no interest in serving humanity.  Planned Parenthood’s primary mission is to make it easier to have your unborn child killed and to kill as many of them as they can for as much money as possible.

We all make mistakes in life and those of us who place honor and integrity above all else will do everything in our power to make things right.  There is no middle ground between killing unborn children for money and letting them live.  There is nothing to negotiate between the pro-life side and the pro-abortion side.  The only acceptable resolution to our differences is for Planned Parenthood and all of America’s abortion mills to close immediately and remain closed forever.

You and your colleagues at the Salisbury Planned Parenthood office can make history in the fight to save America’s unborn children.  You can walk out of your office today in a very public display of defiance against the most prolific child killing organization in the world.  You can walk out with your head held high and tell the world that you will not work one more day for an evil empire like Planned Parenthood.

Many on the pro-life side once worked for the abortion industry.  They thought they were working for the greater good and lived in denial for as long as they could.  For some the final straw was the sight of their first dead baby.  For others it was the deceptive practices and outright lies they were encouraged to tell in order to keep the body count high.  Many of them finally just realized that making a living off the blood of innocent children was not for them.

If you’re not uncomfortable working for an organization that kills children for money, there’s probably nothing I can say to change your mind.  Your mind will ultimately be changed by the internal conversation that you have with yourself.  That little voice in your head knows the difference between right and wrong.  All you have to do is listen.

All my letters are published on my pro-life blog at www.prolifepoppop.com.  Write back and I’ll publish it, unedited.

Letter to Salisbury Planned Parenthood #4

Planned Parenthood

1506 South Salisbury Blvd.

Court Plaza Shopping Center

Salisbury, Md.  21801

 May 20, 2014

To Whom it May Concern:

Apparently, killing babies isn’t a full time job at the Salisbury office.  Since your office is within sight of my daily travels, I’m able to keep an eye on your location.  Whether it’s full-time or part time, working for an organization that is the leading cause of death for unborn children in America is an affront to civilized human behavior and the core principles that our founders used as the foundation for the greatest country on earth.

The days that you’re not open represent one more priceless day of life for the children destined to enter your doors.  The days that you are open gives me even more resolve to close your doors forever.  You may not think it will happen, but I know it will.  You can continue to try and convince the world that a woman has the right to have her child killed; and many of the low-information automatons among us will believe you.  Those of us, who believe in the sanctity of every life, never will.

I’ll keep writing, and sooner or later I’ll change your mind or that of one of your co-workers.  There’s no shame in admitting that you made a terrible mistake and made a living off the blood money from the deaths of innocent children.  Continuing to do so, even after you’ve come to realize that you are playing a part in one of the greatest human tragedies in the history of the world, is, however, unconscionable.

All around the Salisbury Planned Parenthood office people are going about their daily lives; lives that were never given any guarantees, but were simply allowed to be.  While they exercise their sacred right to life, you dispense abortifacients and end new lives; all for money of course. And that’s why I intend to close your doors forever.

As neighbors in a small town, we should be welcoming every new life into the world.  We shouldn’t be at odds over whether one life is more valuable than the next.  We shouldn’t have a neighborhood abortion clinic where you go to have your kid killed.  I should be running and playing with my grandson instead of writing letters to a vile organization like Planned Parenthood.

This Memorial Day weekend think about all the heroes who gave their lives so we could live ours.  Look inside and ask yourself if these heroes made the ultimate sacrifice so a woman could have the right to have her unborn child killed.  Hug your children this weekend and think about the 340,000 children your employer will kill this year.  Make the commitment this weekend to do something else for a living.  Contact me and I’ll write your letter of resignation for you.  I guarantee Planned Parenthood will never forget you.

All my letters are published on my pro-life blog at www.prolifepoppop.com.  Write back and I’ll publish it, unedited.

 

Letter to Salisbury Planned Parenthood #3

Planned Parenthood

1506 South Salisbury Blvd.

Court Plaza Shopping Center

Salisbury, Md.  21801

 May 10, 2014

To Whom it May Concern:

I have to give credit where credit is due.  I’ve written countless letters to Planned Parenthood’s Cecile Richards without a single reply, but after just two letters, I get a reply from you.  Well; kind of a reply.  Your answer to my letter of May 4, 2014: a Planned Parenthood brochure with a yellow sticky note attached with the following message: “I find my work quite meaningful and not at all grisly!  Get a life.”

I guess I struck a nerve when I pointed out the obvious; that you work for an organization that kills hundreds of thousands of unborn babies every year.  I’d be careful if I were you.  The folks at your main office would probably be pretty upset if they knew you got so riled up over being called out for who you work for.  Thanks for telling me to get a life.  No offense, but I’d rather save a life; millions actually.  You can help.  When you close the office today; unplug everything, lock the door, and throw away the key. It’s that easy.

Contrary to what you may think, I don’t hate you.  I hate what Planned Parenthood does to children.  I’m committed to closing the doors of Planned Parenthood, including your office.  How can a nobody like me close down America’s abortion giant?  I haven’t a clue.  What I do have is absolute faith that I can, and a commitment that I will do so non-violently.

Small victories in my fight for the lives of America’s unborn children are important to me.  The way I see it, the time you took to write your snarky little note, attach it to a brochure, and stuff it into an envelope addressed to me was time you weren’t spending to help a mother have her child killed.  The $0.48 Planned Parenthood spent to mail your reply was $0.48 they won’t have available to fund pro-abortion politicians or to lobby for less restrictions on abortion.

At the end of every letter I make the statement that if you write back I’ll publish your reply, unedited.  In the next couple days I’ll publish exactly what you sent to me with no editing on my part.  Just so you know, I won’t give up in my quest to end abortion.  If you really want me to get a life, stop taking them from children.  Take a little time everyday and think about what you are enabling as an employee of Planned Parenthood.  Do some research on the founder of Planned Parenthood and decide if you agree with her goals in the area of eugenics and the extermination of black children.

Planned Parenthood is not welcome in my town and I will not rest until your doors close for the last time.

All my letters are published on my pro-life blog at www.prolifepoppop.com.  Write back and I’ll publish it, unedited.

 

 

Letter to Salisbury Planned Parenthood #2

Unborn children should not be killed for money in small town America.  I refuse to accept that less than 2 miles from my home where I run and play with my grandson, innocent children are killed for a fee.  Over the past year I’ve written to the enablers and purveyors of abortion in America.  Now it’s time to get specific.  It’s time to clean up my own neighborhood.  Planned Parenthood is not welcome in my town and I intend to close their doors.  Closing my local Planned Parenthood clinic is just the first step, but an important one.  I have faith that I can do this even though I haven’t a clue how to go about it.  I have faith that the necessary help and resources will come from sources yet unknown to me.  Pardon the cliche, but failure is not an option.

 

Planned Parenthood

1506 South Salisbury Blvd.

Court Plaza Shopping Center

Salisbury, Md.  21801

 May 4, 2014

To Whom it May Concern:

I’m your neighbor.  As a child many years ago, I used to ride my bicycle at the same location where you now kill babies.  It was a much simpler time back then.  Roe v Wade had yet to become the law of the land and 1 out of every 3 unborn children wasn’t killed while still in its mother’s womb.  The blood money that keeps your doors open comes from my friends and neighbors.  My mission in life is to close the doors of America’s abortion industry.  Planned Parenthood is number one on my list and their clinic in my hometown is the next one I want to see closed.

Working for an organization that kills over 300,000 unborn children every year is something I can’t imagine.  The children you go home to every night are no different than the ones you helped kill today.  As your children sleep tonight will you be thinking of the ones who will never dream peacefully because of the work you do?  Killing children for a living is contrary to every moral precept of human behavior.  And anyone who allows this to continue unchallenged, is just as guilty as the killers themselves.

I don’t know where you fall in the chain of command at your location.  Maybe you’re new and haven’t yet been exposed to the grisly, bloody side of the business; the part that brings in most of the money.  If you work there long enough you’ll see things that will haunt you for the rest of your life.  Just in case they didn’t tell you when you were hired, Planned Parenthood has a reputation for easing their employees into the bloody side of the business gradually, so it’s not such a shock to you when you see your first dead child.  If you work there long enough you’ll help kill multiple generations of babies.

A small town like Salisbury, Md. is no place for a bunch of baby killers to set up shop.  Come to think of it, there is no good place for a bunch of baby killers to set up shop.  Just so you’ll be the first to know, I plan to petition my local County Executive and County Council to declare my County an abortion-free zone.  Even if they say no, I doubt the big shots at Planned Parenthood will enjoy the publicity.

I take offense at innocent children being killed for money in my hometown.  I refuse to accept the premise of a woman’s right to choose to have her baby killed.  I will not stand by and do nothing as over a million unborn children are killed every year in my country.  Closing Planned Parenthood in Salisbury, Md. will be my first; but not my last.

All my letters are published on my pro-life blog at www.prolifepoppop.com.  Write back and I’ll publish it, unedited.