Sunday, January 31, 2010

Pro-Choice Censors Against Life and Free Speech

Pro-Choice Abortion activists want a Pro-life, Pro-family ad pulled from the Super Bowl. The ad tells the story of Pam Tebow's difficult pregnancy and how doctors recommended she have an abortion to protect her own life. She didn't and ended up with a son named Tim who went on to win the Heisman Trophy as quarterback for the Florida Gators.

Pro-Choice advocates are claiming the ad could lead to the killing of more late-term abortion providers.

CBS is correctly refusing to pull the ad. It is being paid millions to run it. The network says it has changed its policy when it comes to advocacy ads, accepting more of them instead of refusing them.

That Pro-Abortion activists want the Tebows pro-life message censored by CBS. Instead of trying to shut the Tebows up, Kim Gandy, NARAL and the rest should pay for their own ad to promote whatever message they want to sell. As of now the message they are sending is their desire to strangle the pro-life message in its crib. Not very attractive. But then neither are late-term abortions.

More on the controversy here.


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