This time last year I was feeling confident. Something was telling me that the end of the abortion industry was near, so I took a leap of faith and predicted that Planned Parenthood would be closing its doors in 2014. While 2014 isn’t over yet, I may have gotten a little ahead of myself. I still have the feeling that the end is near for the abortion industry, but I won’t put a timeline on it.
When I wrote this letter I asked Cecile Richards if Planned Parenthood gave its employees bonuses for exceeding their planned body count. Little did I know at the time that they do. In what kind of twisted world does an organization provide incentive bonuses to its employees for killing more innocent children?
As I wrote this letter the day after Christmas last year, I knew in my heart that I would spend the rest of my life, if necessary, to end the practice of abortion. My determination has not wavered and I’m committed to changing minds and saving lives, however long it takes.
Planned Parenthood Federation of America
1110 Vermont Ave. NW
Washington, D.C. 20005
Attn: Cecile Richards
December 26, 2013
I hope you and your employees at Planned Parenthood had a wonderful Christmas. I also hope you and all your employees took the time this Holiday season to reflect on what you do for a living and the suffering and death that occurs every day in your clinics. America’s abortion industry will kill over 1.2 million unborn children before we celebrate another Christmas. Planned Parenthood will kill over 300,000 of them. How you and your staff can look your children in the eyes before you go to work every day is beyond my level of understanding.
Ms. Richards, as a businessman I have to forecast how much work I intend to do and how much money I plan to make every year. Have you prepared your forecast of how many children your organization plans to kill next year? Does Planned Parenthood give its employees bonuses for exceeding your projected body count? What metrics, other than body count and the amount of money you manage to fleece the American taxpayers out of, do you use to determine whether you have had a productive year?
Ms. Richards, I believe in going big or not going at all. I also believe in the power of intention. I intend to close the doors of Planned Parenthood forever in 2014. Just in case you’re wondering how I will close you down; I haven’t a clue. I know it will be done without violence, within the law, and with the help of a higher power. Who knows; maybe the right person will read one of my letters and set a chain of events into motion that none of us can even imagine. Maybe next year the pro-life movement will reach the critical mass needed to invoke unprecedented changes in our society and a quantum level of understanding of the true value of every human life. Maybe the 56 million children aborted in America since 1973 will collectively petition our Creator to soften the hearts of the pro-abortion crowd and return our country to a place where every new life is a welcomed addition. Whatever it takes to end the killing, we need it now.
As I enter my 60th year in a few weeks, I’m paying more attention to what’s really important. Money, success, and material possessions are all temporal, and of no intrinsic value in the big scheme of things. How you conduct your life and the impact and impressions you make on the lives of others are what’s really important. Human life is the most miraculous creation in a timeless and endless Universe and dedicating one’s life to preserving and protecting it is a worthy calling.
Ms. Richards, closing your doors is my life’s mission and I welcome the fight as a happy warrior.
As always, my letters to you are published on my pro-life blog at www.prolifepoppop.com. Write back and I’ll publish it, unedited.