My Life; My Choice

More and more every day my thoughts wander from the responsibilities of my day job to the thousands of tiny lives that are ending in America’s abortion mills.  I wonder at times if it’s only me who sits at his desk and sees visions of the pain and suffering that innocent children should never have to endure.  I know that at some point in my life I will be working full-time to end abortion, and I pray for the courage to take the step I know I must take, sooner than later.  I hug my grandsons and the joy they bring to my life is tempered by the knowledge that nearly a third of their future friends will be killed in an abortion clinic.

The thousands of innocent children killed every day in America couldn’t care less about a woman’s right to choose. They just want to live.  Given the choice between life and death, how many do you think would choose a grisly death over life, just as their lives are beginning?  Why should anyone among us, having been allowed to exercise their gift of life, feel empowered to decide which child should live and which one should die?  What part of being free gives us the freedom to take an innocent life as a simple matter of convenience?

These days I have more questions than answers.  I see the legal killing of unborn children in the country I love and I wonder how we got to this point.  I see the daily bloodbath and realize that we all share responsibility for the direction our country has taken.  Those of us on the pro-life side could have worked harder to protect our nation’s children. Those of us afraid to take a stand for life could grow a spine and defend innocent lives.  And those among us who profit by killing unborn children could finally understand that all the money in the world can never pay the price they will ultimately pay for the suffering and death they have wrought.

As I approach my 62nd year I’ve been blessed with good health and a burning desire to save children.  I can see the end of my so called career in the not too distant future and I look forward to working harder in my retirement years than I ever have during my work life.  My motives are simple; saving lives and changing attitudes. I’m not afraid to look evil in the eye and to call it what it is.  Abortion is the greatest human tragedy in the history of the world.  I’m prepared to spend the rest of my life to bring an end to abortion and look forward to working with no expectation of compensation, because I know that the rewards of working for a just cause will be compensation enough.

When my last day comes, I look forward to leaving a world behind that no longer kills its children.  And when I’m asked by my Creator if I helped my fellow man, I’ll answer honestly and stand by the actions I took in defense of life.

I

Letter to Salisbury Planned Parenthood #14

Planned Parenthood

1506 South Salisbury Blvd.

Court Plaza Shopping Center

Salisbury, Md.  21801

 April 13, 2014

To Whom it May Concern:

I haven’t seen a lot of activity at your office lately.  Hopefully, that means fewer neighbors of mine are coming to you to have their babies killed.  If it stays like this, you’ll probably fall short of your target number of dead children this year.  One can only hope.  I believe the universe has a perfect accounting system, and Planned Parenthood’s account has been overdrawn for some time.

Since business is down, this would be a good time to convert the Salisbury office to anything other than a place to go to have your child killed.  Maybe a flea market or maybe a total 180, and convert it to a baby supply outlet where you can purchase necessities for your living breathing child.  Wouldn’t that be a compelling change of circumstances?  Personally, I would opt for tearing the whole place down and wiping its footprint from the face of the earth.

If you choose not to scribble “return to sender” on this letter, you will be reading it on behalf of an organization that kills over 300,000 innocent children every year.  You and everyone in your office have the blood of these dead children on your hands.  Every day that you go to work you are helping to fulfill Planned Parenthood’s racist eugenicist founder’s vision of a world where undesirable babies and any human being deemed to be less than perfect, by her standards, is killed for a fee.

It is an undeniable truth that every baby that enters your building deserves its chance at life.  An industry, such as yours, that thrives by killing innocent children, is contrary to every principle of moral human behavior.  No human being is born with the desire to kill babies for a living.  Your industry and the people working in it are the product of a society that has allowed left-wing politicians and social progressives to successfully promote a no-consequences mindset where you are no longer responsible for your actions.

I hate to break it to you, but you, me, and everyone else is ultimately responsible for everything we say or do.  Your fate is sealed by every dead baby that leaves your building.  Planned Parenthood, despite its so-called success, is doomed to fail.  My mission in life is to see your doors closed forever.   Since I’m not getting any younger, your cooperation toward expediting this endeavor would be greatly appreciated.

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Guilty as Charged

If you were accused of being pro-life would there be enough evidence to convict you?  If you were accused of being indifferent as thousands of babies are killed every day in your country, would there be enough evidence to convict you? These are interesting questions and food for thought.  The actions we choose not to take and the words we choose not to speak often have a greater impact on the world than our conscious words and deeds.  Saying or doing nothing as our society allows its innocent children to be killed in the womb implies endorsement of the practice.  Knowing that organizations like Planned Parenthood are preying on innocent, defenseless children, and failing to protect the weakest among us, is tantamount to participating in the slaughter.

These are my opinions and mine alone, and anyone disagreeing with me is free to do so, since an undeniable tenet of being alive is the ability to exercise your free will.  The free will we all treasure is one thing a baby in the womb cannot express.  It necessarily depends entirely on others for its very existence, and will continue to do so for years after its birth; if it is allowed to be born.  When we allow an unborn child, a fellow human being, to be killed for a fee, we set into motion a series of consequences that will follow us for eternity.  When we deny that an unborn child is a living human being we deny an undeniable truth.

If we look inward, we can see the truth.  We can see a world where every human being is allowed to express their God-given right to life.  We can visualize a world that no longer kills its unborn children and a world where Planned Parenthood is a concept, not an organization that kills hundreds of thousands of children every year.  I can see a world like this in my lifetime and look forward to my grandsons growing up in such a world.  If we can imagine it we can create it.  Imagine a world where every human being serves a sentence of life.

I plead guilty as charged to anyone accusing me of being pro-life.  I will serve any sentence imposed upon me for my beliefs and will not question any evidence used against me.  I will not appeal my conviction nor will I recant my testimony on behalf of the world’s children.  I’ve gotten a lot of things wrong in my life; as a matter of fact the only thing I’m absolutely sure I’ve gotten right is my stance on the side of life.  If there are consequences attached to my beliefs, so be it.  Once again, I plead guilty as charged.

Repost: Letter to Planned Parenthood Mar. 26, 2014

 

This time last year I was a year into my mission to end abortion.  I had been writing to Planned Parenthood’s Cecile Richards for some time, and, of course, all my letters had gone unanswered.  I’m still in the fight and more determined than ever to put Planned Parenthood and everyone else in the business of killing babies out of business.  Reading this letter again after a year, I see that I used the word you pretty liberally.  I was fired up at the time and all the uses of you in my letter were my way of making this a personal thing between me and Ms. Richards.

I take it personally every day that babies are still killed in my country as a matter of choice and convenience.  I drive by my local Planned Parenthood clinic just about every day, and try to imagine the stories behind every car in the parking lot.  Try as I might, I can’t come up with a good reason for taking an innocent life, and to operate a business dedicated to killing children.  I’ll continue to fight for the lives of the world’s unborn children until I no longer can.  And I’ll continue to pester Cecile Richards just like I did in the following letter on March 26 of last year.

 

 

Planned Parenthood Federation of America

1110 Vermont Ave.  NW

Suite 300

Washington, D.C.  20005

Attn:    Cecile Richards

 March 26, 2014

 Ms. Richards:

I believe, as living human beings, we all have a few things in common.  We were all allowed to be born.  We value our own lives; love our children and grandchildren, and all breathe the same air.  I’ve racked my brain to try and find where you and I may share common ground on anything else; and I can’t.

You’ve dedicated your life to making the process of killing innocent children readily available and socially accepted.  You are willing to lie and distort reality to further your goals and you run an organization that has killed millions of unborn children since it was founded by an avowed racist.  You’ve used billions of taxpayer dollars to grow your empire of death and actively lobby every day for more.  You support and campaign for pro-abortion candidates and smear their pro-life opponents as a matter of course.  You willingly ignore scientific reality and espouse your twisted views that life does not begin at conception.  You take advantage of scared, confused mothers every day so your organization can kill their children and collect your fees.

Planned Parenthood, under your leadership, kills over 300,000 unborn American children every year.  You promote a culture of death for America’s youth and feign outrage when acts of violence occur, other than the ones performed every day by your employees.  You accuse the pro-life side of waging a war on women while failing to mention that over half the innocent children Planned Parenthood slaughters are tiny baby girls.  You embrace hypocrisy as business as usual and demonize anyone who dares to challenge your motives.  You are the poster child for evil and run an organization that is the leading cause of death for children in America.

Ms. Richards, I don’t like you, you disgust me, and I’m determined to put your organization out of business.  While the sight of you disgusts me, I still believe in redemption.  You could turn your back on the pro-abortion crowd tomorrow and support the pro-life movement.  You could help save children instead of killing one every 94 seconds.  The pro-life movement would welcome you.  All you have to do is listen to that infallible voice that resides in everyone’s conscience, telling us that killing a human being is wrong.

I won’t hold my breath, but I won’t give up hope either.  I still believe in miracles, just like the miracle that every new life represents.

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.