Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Pro-Abortionist's Pissed About Super Bowl (TM) Ad

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Tim Tebow recently ended a stellar career at the University of Florida. He won the Heisman and led his team to a national championship under unbelievable pressure. He will be a first round pick in the NFL draft and he's been one hell of a good role model--something we can't say about everyone in pro sports.

Tebow is starring in an ad to be aired on CBS during the big game where he is pretty thankful that his mom didn't abort him:

Tebow and his mother, Pam Tebow, appear in the advertisement, which was financed by the conservative Christian group Focus on the Family. In the expected ad, Pam recounts how doctors recommended she have an abortion after developing complications while pregnant with Tim. The ad also shows how Tim went on to become one of the most successful college quarterbacks in the country.

"I know some people won't agree with it, but I think they can at least respect that I stand up for what I believe," Tim Tebow said.
Women whose husbands have wronged them and they're still pissed about it because they can't get another date from groups like NARAL, NOW and something called Women's Media Center are a bit upset that Tim would celebrate such a thing like, well, being born. For the same reason they hate Sarah Palin for carrying Trig to term knowing he had Down Syndrome, these group despise Pam Tebow because she sold out their agenda and actually went ahead and gave birth to a future Heisman winner. I mean, how dare she? Plus she was a missionary and home-scholled her kids...what a rube.

I'm no major anti-abortion supporter and hardly a church-going Christian but the pro-abortion types irritate me by defending the indefensible.

I leave you with the semi-literate words of the leader of NOW:

Terry O'Neill, president of the National Organization for Women disagrees, saying the commercial is "not being respectful of other people's lives."

"It is offensive to hold one way out as being a superior way over everybody else's," she said.
And abortion is totally "being respectful of other people's lives" right That is except those that aren't actually born to live them because their mothers listened to you. I find you "offensive" Ms. O'Neill. Being alive is infinitely superior to the alternative.

The noted eugenicist and Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger is probably looking up with a proud look on her face although she only advocated aborting minorities.

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