Tim Tebow Superbowl Ad - Not so Controversial

Sunday, February 7, 2010

Liberal media pundits and feminists have been frothing mad that CBS has refused to cancel a Superbowl ad featuring Tim Tebow's mother talking about how she almost aborted him. They all must feel pretty stupid now that the ad has aired and the 30 second commercial didn't even mention abortion or pro-life. See one of the ads here for yourself:


Watch the rest of the story at http://www.focusonthefamily.com/.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

They're all pro-choice, unless you choose life, and then somehow you're the enemy for making the choice that they didn't like, and that hypocrisy is anything but truly pro-choice. It's a misnomer. Call pro-choice what it really is: pro-abortion.

Anonymous said...

They're actually saying now that FOF is glorifying violence against women because Tim Tebow tackled his mother. Give me a break! Does this mean that Doritos is glorifying violence against the elderly too since they showed similar tackles in their commercial? I think not. These feminists are just pissed and looking for something to complain about.

Anonymous said...

It's what they do, Anony. I'm a lady myself and they put us all to shame now. They could use their energy to help us get equal pay, but they would rather make fusses over nothing and piss rational people off. Modern feminists are nit wits.

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