Letter to President Obama #107

The White House

1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW

Washington, D.C.  20500

Attn:    President Barack Obama

June 24, 2015

Mr. President:

Since the tragedy in Charleston, S.C. last week you’ve called for more gun control and uttered the N word.  Amateur Hour at the White House has never been more evident than right now.  Your immediate response to the brutal killing of 9 innocent people in a church; fly to California for 2 fund raisers.  Your response to the brutal killing of 3,000 unborn babies every day; absolutely nothing.

Since last week’s killing rampage in Charleston, over 20,000 unborn children have died in America’s abortion mills.  You’ve made time over the last week to attend fund raisers and record an interview with a crazy guy in his garage, but apparently your calendar is full when it comes to making time for America’s children.

Mr. President, the true test of a leader is how he treats those who are powerless to oppose him.  The thousands of unborn children dying every day at the hands of Planned Parenthood and their fellow bottom-feeders don’t have a voice.  They are powerless to fight for their right to life and depend entirely on others for their very survival.  In the greatest country on earth, founded on the right to life for all, industries dedicated to killing children for a fee should not exist.

Mr. President, you and I were allowed to be born.  Why should our unborn children not be given the same accommodation?  No one should waste their own gift of life taking the lives of innocent children in an abortion mill.  No child was created to suffer an agonizing death just as its life is beginning.  Sir, you and your friends on the pro-abortion side have allowed over 60 million unborn children to be killed since 1973.  How many more must die a senseless death before you realize the magnitude of human suffering that legalized abortion has inflicted on America?

I’ll keep asking you to stand up for life and your staff will continue to stuff your mechanically signed form letters into envelopes and send them off to people like me.  Mr. President, I don’t want a form letter with a fake signature on it.  I want a President who cares about the lives of innocent children.  I want a President who is not afraid to stand up for every human being’s right to life, especially those who haven’t been born yet.  Sir, there is a lot that’s wrong in America right now.  Take a giant step towards making one thing right.  Support and sign the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act when it makes it to your desk.  America’s children will thank you and you’ll finally deliver on your pledge of hope and change.

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.

cc:  Planned Parenthood

 

 

Hate Crimes

What is a hate crime?  This week’s shootings in Charleston, S.C. will be prosecuted as hate crimes.  My question is, what violent crime isn’t a hate crime?  One can logically conclude that the opposite of hate is love.  Is any violent crime not considered a hate crime a love crime?  It seems to me that, as a society, we are tying ourselves into knots with semantics; striving to classify the senseless killing of some as hate crimes while failing to even acknowledge the senseless killing of others.  Striking out against any innocent human being in an act of violence is most certainly not an act of love, but a manifestation of hate; and what good is done by placing labels on it?

When we call a crime a hate crime we are saying we know what the perpetrator was thinking at the time he or she committed the crime.  We are saying we know what his or her motivation was and that this violent crime carries more weight than a crime with the same degree of violence committed by someone whose thinking and motivation we don’t claim to understand.  While our laws allow the killing of our fellow human beings to be classified with varying degrees of egregiousness, they also allow the killing of millions of others with no penalty whatsoever.

Ripping an innocent child from its mother’s womb and killing it is not considered a crime in most parts of America. Killing the child moments after its birth is murder, but killing it before it is born is perfectly legal.  A psycho walks into a Charleston, S.C. church and kills 9 innocent people, and it’s called a hate crime.  A mother walks into an abortion clinic and pays to have her unborn child killed and it’s legal.  Innocent human beings are killed in each circumstance.  One is considered a heinous crime and one is called women’s reproductive health care.

On the day that 9 innocent people were killed in Charleston, 3,000 innocent babies were killed in America’s abortion mills.  The day after 9 innocent people were killed in Charleston, 3,000 more innocent babies were killed in America’s abortion mills.  By its very nature, any act of violence against an innocent human being is a hate crime, if you think placing labels on such acts is the proper thing to do. Calling the violent killing of any human being a hate crime should convey the same status to the violent killing of any other human being.

I join my fellow Americans in mourning for those lost to a senseless act of violence in Charleston, S.C. and I mourn daily for the thousands of innocent children killed by a bloodthirsty abortion industry in equally senseless acts of violence.