Monday, February 8, 2010

Pro-Abortion Feminists React To The Tim Tebow Ad

I posted here that the Tebow ad was rather benign and I think the most controversial part came at the end with the words:

Yes, celebrating family and life is intolerable to Liberals and pro-abortion absolutists.

There are several anti-life feminist blogs responding to the Tebow ad now that it has been seen:

womanist musings

One thing I have concluded from interacting with Liberal blogs and particularly feminist ones, is that it may be just a matter of time before abortion is determined at the state level. Feminists are incapable of putting forward arguments for abortion that do not apply to every one of us regardless of our location. Plus, pro-abortion absolutists are dealing with ever advanced technology that shows us the humanity of the unborn.

The picture of my twin boys before they were born shatters their arguments into pieces.

And after they were born:

"Before I formed you in the womb I knew you;
Before you were born I sanctified you..." Jeremiah 1:5

"My frame was not hidden from you
when I was made in the secret place.
When I was woven together in the depths of the earth,

your eyes saw my unformed body.
All the days ordained for me
were written in your book
before one of them came to be.

How precious to me are your thoughts, O God!
How vast is the sum of them!" Psalm 139:15-17

No Christian can be pro-choice or support those who are.

1 comment:

Sam said...

found this on a blog today

Tuesday, February 9, 2010
Super Bowl Ad Nets Big Traffic for Focus
Focus on the Family officials say they received considerable traffic on their web site by people following up from the ad and watching a longer video with the Tebow family that is much more explicit in terms of the conversation about Pam Tebow's decision to not have an abortion during a crisis pregnancy situation. The Focus web site logged 500,000 hits and 50,000 unique visitors just during the hour the Super Bowl ad aired. Traffic was also up considerably during the pre-game show when a different version of the commercial aired. "Our traffic jumped to 40 times its normal volume," Focus spokeswoman Monica Schleicher told the Denver Post. "In the hour during the pre-game (broadcast), when the other ad aired twice, our Web traffic was 20 times our normal volume." LifeNews

After reading lots of comments it seems a lot of people agreed that pro-choice america made such a hug fuss and because of that people really looked out for the ad. If they would have never mentioned it I think it would have been overlooked. So in the end I think their fuss worked in our favor. Thanks pro-choicers for freaking out, you helped us with all the hype!!

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