Tim Tebow Ad Drawing Protests from “Pro-Choice” Groups

Posted: January 28, 2010 by Rick Hogaboam in Abortion
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Here is just link highlighting the numerous groups protesting the Focus on the Family ad featuring Tim Tebow. One quote shocked me:

“An ad that uses sports to divide rather than to unite has no place in the biggest national sports event of the year – an event designed to bring Americans together,” said Jehmu Greene, president of the New York-based Women’s Media Center.

This shows just how “pro-choice” they are, guess they fear losing some precious money because people might actually be inspired to keep their babies, which is a choice I thought they also support as part of “choice” in their rhetoric. I thought they embraced robust debate and were just as supportive of women who chose to give birth. Apparently not. They are no fans of Mrs. Tebow for giving birth. So, when I say that you are “pro-death”, please don’t correct me. Your hatred and censoring of moms who are actually happy they gave birth reveals your true colors.

That you would protest such under some patriotic pretense of wanting a united America during the Superbowl is simply foolish, and worse yet, exposes your wickedness and darkness…that you would rather Mrs. Tebow have visited an abortion clinic and have Tim slaughtered. If that is not true, then shut up and cease from protesting this ad and instead speak out against the using of women as a mere sex object for the sake of selling beer, webhosting, cars, and everything else under the sun.

If you think that my saying “shut up” inspires hate, then I would counter that your opposition to a mom who wants to give thanks for her son inspires a greater hate for life and the existence of a man named Tim Tebow. Stop using your opposition to a misleading definition of  “hate speech” as a cloak for the darker hatred of your own bias…that you don’t support mothers’ who give birth, but would rather silence them through protest.

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Comments
  1. Sue-Ellen says:

    Well said Rick… It is sad that they are trying to turn a story of joy and love into something ugly… Thanks for saying so well what many of us, who are not as eloquent in our speech, are thinking and feeling… I personally cannot wait to see the commercial… Hugs in Him.. Sue-Ellen

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