So you’ve heard by now of the “controversy” manufactured by a few out-of-touch, off-the-deep-end-left “women’s groups” about the Super Bowl ad (which they have not even seen) featuring Tim Tebow’s mom explaining the choice she made not to abort young Tim, though doctors advised her to. Wait…the choice she made…doesn’t “pro-choice” mean that women ought to have a choice about whether or not to abort children? And didn’t Mrs. Tebow make a choice? Or was it the wrong choice?
Really, it’s sad/preposterous/childish for these silly women to raise this objection. Oh, wait, the ad is sponsored by Evil Incarnate (aka Focus on the Family), and thus the pathetic vitriol; here’s an excerpt from the (typical leftist, brainless, mud-slinging) letter written by the far-lefties to CBS News to protest the ad:
“By offering one of the most coveted advertising spots of the year to an anti-equality, anti-choice, homophobic organization, CBS is aligning itself with a political stance that will damage its reputation, alienate viewers, and discourage consumers from supporting its shows and advertisers.”
Methinks somebody needs to grow up. Sally Jenkins is an example of one pro-choice lady who is grown-up, and isn’t afraid to buck the Feminazi Fundamentalists on this one; she writes a column entitled Tebow’s Super Bowl ad isn’t intolerant; its critics are.
My sentiments exactly.