Letter to Hillary Clinton #2

Hillary Rodham Clinton

120 West 45th Street

Suite 2700

New York, N.Y.  10036

 May 17, 2015

 Mrs. Clinton:

I’m baffled that as a Presidential candidate you refuse to make yourself available to the press and refuse to answer any questions.  One could come to the conclusion that you have something to hide.  I’m even more baffled by your unbridled support of the abortion industry and your opposition to the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act. Mrs. Clinton, as a grandmother would you have had a problem if your daughter had decided to abort your granddaughter at the point that she could have felt the pain of being killed?

Mrs. Clinton, your good friends and supporters at Planned Parenthood and their colleagues in America’s abortion industry will kill over 1 million unborn children this year; with your consent and approval.  I have a real problem with someone who wants to be the President of the United States not having a real problem with millions of children being killed under the guise of women’s health care and a woman’s right to choose.  I’ve heard you say countless times that you think abortion should be safe, rare, and legal.  We both know that all you really care about is how much money you can get from the abortion lobby and how many votes your radically pro-abortion stance can get you.

In spite of all your ethical issues, lies, and illegal activities, the deal killer for me when it comes to the possibility of you becoming our President is your utter indifference to the slaughter that goes on daily in our nation’s abortion mills.  Mrs. Clinton, honor and integrity, admittedly foreign concepts to you, are of paramount importance for effective, principle based leadership.   I hate to break it to you, but honor, integrity, and adherence to time honored principles have no place in your vision of America.

After 2 terms under a man who will most likely go down in history as our worst President ever, America is in desperate need of a true leader; and you’re not it.  Do your country a favor and come clean on the server issue, the corruption within the Clinton Global Initiative, and your role in the Benghazi debacle; and then bow out gracefully.

Mrs. Clinton, hug your daughter and granddaughter today and take a moment to think about the thousands of unborn American children spending their last day alive, thanks to the policies you promote and support.  They will die horrible deaths tomorrow as you and your supporters fight to make it easier to kill even more of them.  You’ve done enough.  Go back to making boring speeches at a quarter million bucks a pop and fade into the sunset of irrelevance.

My letters to you are published on my pro-life blog at www.prolifepoppop.com.  Write back and I’ll publish it, unedited.  You could email me, but due to your current email issues, that might not be a good idea.





Letter to President Obama #105

The White House

1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW

Washington, D.C.  20500

Attn:    President Barack Obama

 May 16, 2015

 Mr. President:

I believe in giving credit where credit is due.  Last night’s Delta Force operation that killed ISIS big shot Abu Sayyaf once again showed the terrorists of the world that going up against America’s finest is a no-win situation. Our military heroes are willing to do whatever it takes to protect our freedom and nothing we could ever do could repay them for the sacrifices they make daily. Since you authorized the mission in your role as Commander in Chief, you deserve the thanks and gratitude of a grateful nation.  I’ve called you out on numerous occasions over the past couple of years for your ineptitude and incompetence, but you got it right this time.

Now that you’ve done a good thing, why not continue the trend?  The House passed a slightly watered-down version of the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act this week.  While it’s far from perfect, it will save lives.  All you have to do is push it through the Senate, withdraw your threat to veto it, and let it become the law of the land. Countless thousands of children who would otherwise be killed will get their chance at life with the simple stroke of your pen.  Mr. President, on what moral basis could you possibly oppose a bill designed to save unborn children from agonizing deaths?

Sir, polling data and politics should not be considered when it comes to saving children’s’ lives.  There will be plenty of time later to play politics and push your leftist agenda, but this is just too important.  Last night you made the call, but our Delta Force heroes did the heavy lifting.  When it comes to getting the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act to your desk for your signature, it’s your turn to do some heavy lifting.  You wield enormous influence in your position, and a signal from you that you support this bill is all it will take to get it across the finish line.

Mr. President, you, me, and every one of the Delta Force heroes that made us proud last night were all into our 20th week of life at one point, just like the children this bill would protect.  We all made it to birth and beyond due to the kindness and love of others.  Now it’s our turn to pay it forward.  In this case you can do more than me and even the Delta Force.  There is no downside to standing up for life. Mr. President, stand up for America’s unborn children and protect their right to life in the greatest country on earth.

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


Letters to John Boehner #1

Speaker John Boehner

H-232 The Capitol

Washington, D.C.  20515

 April 8, 2015

 Mr. Speaker:

Last year, before the mid-term elections, you and your counterpart in the Senate promised to pass the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act.  To date, all you have done is cower in the face of partisan politics and special interests; doing nothing to protect America’s unborn children.  I took you at your word when you promised to pass this bill, and I’m deeply disappointed in your lack of courage when it comes to protecting the most vulnerable among us.

The Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act would save about 20,000 unborn babies from agonizingly painful deaths every year in America.  20,000 isn’t a big number when compared to the more than 1 million unborn children killed in our nation’s abortion mills every year, but I believe with all my heart that every child’s right to life is worth fighting for.  The Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act would ban abortions of children 20 weeks old or older; the point at which they can feel the pain of being killed.

Mr. Speaker, what sane person could oppose a bill designed to prevent the brutal killing of an unborn child that can feel every cut, rip, and tear as it is dismembered?  While you and your colleagues submit to political pressure, innocent children all over America are being ripped from their mothers’ wombs and discarded as nothing more than medical waste.  Sir, these children were endowed with the same right to life that you and I enjoy.  The Constitution that you swore an oath to defend means nothing if the rights it enshrines are not applied equally and without conditions.

America’s Founders did not give their all for a country that would allow its own children to be killed by an industry dedicated to killing as many of them as possible for as much money as possible.  They dreamed of a country where every human being could express its divinely endowed right to life.  They dreamed of a country whose elected officials would uphold its founding principles and fight for its most vulnerable citizens.

Mr. Speaker, there is no gray area between doing what is right and capitulating to special interests.  You and your colleagues know what you have to do.  Pass the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act.  Send it to the Senate so they can pass it, and then work to override the President’s promised veto.   With a couple votes and couple strokes of a pen you can save 20,000 children, and it won’t cost America’s taxpayers a dime.  Do the right thing.  America’s children will thank you.

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.





Letter to President Obama #104

The White House

1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW

Washington, D.C.  20500

Attn:    President Barack Obama

 March 18, 2015

 Mr. President:

Despite your best efforts, Benjamin Netanyahu was reelected yesterday in a landslide.  The security and welfare of the Israeli people are in good hands; unlike my country.  Their borders are secure and they know their elected officials have their back.  Thanks to you, in large part, my government is spending my grandsons into perpetual debt and forcing many of my fellow Americans to reevaluate their retirement plans.  Our borders are non-existent and we kill our own at a much faster clip than any of our enemies could ever dream of.

While Benjamin Netanyahu fights for the survival of his nation, my government sends over $500 million to Planned Parenthood every year so they can kill our unborn children.  During your tenure as President, America’s abortion mills have killed over 2 million more children than the entire population of Israel.  As I write this, your willing accomplices in the Senate are attempting to sabotage the Justice for Victims in Trafficking Act; legislation designed to fight sex trafficking, because it doesn’t provide funding for abortion.   You and your allies apparently think that protecting funds for abortion is more important than protecting women and girls from human trafficking.

What more should we expect from an administration that is lead and run by amateurs, and in the pocket of the abortion and environmental lobbyists?  Mr. President, principled leadership seems to have no place in your administration.  America, while in decline, is still the best hope for the world.  Thumbing our nose at strong allies like Israel and negotiating with terrorist States like Iran, so they can develop nuclear weapons, is lunacy.  My grandsons deserve better, and so does the world.

The blessings we share as Americans obligate us to help those in need.  No one needs our help more than our children.  We have the power and the moral imperative to protect our children and to leave them a world that is better than we found it.  We are honor bound to fulfill this obligation and will be held to account for the fruits of our actions or inaction.

Mr. President, since you’re so fond of your phone and your pen, try putting them to good use.  Call your dogs off and let the Justice for Victims in Trafficking Act become law.  While you’re at it, endorse the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act and save thousands of unborn children from horrible deaths.   Who knows?  You may just discover that using your authority to perform good works is a good thing.

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