Day Gardner's Open Letter to Kermit Gosnell below:
Dear Jailbird Abortionist Kermit Gosnell:
I think your poem should be re-named Ode to Kermit Gosnell.
First of all, I commend you on writing a poem (if you want to call it that) that describes you and all abortion doctors perfectly.
Abortion providers really are as you say:
Not physicians oathed to heal
Perfect description of your business!
In your poem, you go on to say that children born to poor people don’t deserve to live. That means, according to you, more than half of my relatives and friends should not be alive. Many of those “poor” people were and are amazing role models that have made stunning contributions to their communities, their families and everything that I am. I can’t imagine life without them – any of them.
You have the nerve to say you were doing good?
Kermie, not only did you target your own community, you segregated them within your offices herding black women into dirty waiting and procedure rooms, saving the slightly cleaner areas for white women ONLY! Therefore, you are not just a murderer, you are an extreme racist -- of the worst kind.
You killed children, mostly black babies who were born “free” over and over again –therefore you not only a murderer--but a serial killer!
You end your little dinky poem by stating that the poor children you targeted would stumble into drugs, crime, mental illness, institutions and languish in jails.
So, Kermit, where does that leave you? Let’s see, you are a criminal--a murderer -- who also ran a drug business and are now in fact languishing in a jail cell.
Since that is the case, are you also saying that you deserve to die like the children you murdered? Then, why did you fight so hard to avoid the death penalty?
It seems to me, Kermie, old boy, that your poem should be re-named to honor the coward that you are: “Ode to Kermit Gosnell”, the monster who slaughtered children, yet begged to save his own skin.