Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Tim Tebow

I'm not a huge Tim Tebow fan, due to the fact he is probably the best college football player that ever lived and the media attention he received (and still receives) is ridiculous.

That being said, I think the anti-abortion message he will deliver for 30 seconds on Super Bowl Sunday could very well change the lives and viewpoints of millions. I pray it does.

Here's his incredible story...

I really have to give a big hat tip to CBS (when was last time I said that?). Hey ABC's bent out of shape. That's good right?

CBS even voted down to show this ad during the Super Bowl...

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So let's review...when Gay Rights and Pro-Choice groups are pissed = I'm happy!

I likes getting my way.



Brooke said...

I like your ending equation.

Ducky is over at Cheese in my Shoe trying to convince us that Tebow's birth was an accident or something.

EDGE said...


I've stopped trying to understand how the left thinks. I mean, seriously, here is a guy with a ton of class; everybody in America would love for their kid to grow up to be like Tim. And yet, the left continues to want to destroy him and his family's reputation.

What good does that bring to our society? We should all be thankful and appreciative of not only his mother choice for life but our own mother's choice for the life that we all take advantage of everyday.

It really makes me wonder how people can miss this fact entirely.

I've read Ducky's comment on this and other issues. He's entitled to his own opinions, but to say that birth was an accident...well simply not true. Neither was yours, mine, or his.

WomanHonorThyself said...

love the vid bro!

Cappy said...


Anonymous said...

It is a bit of a shock that a MSM outlet is airing the ad. I guess money talks. I'm cynical like that.

I think that the left is terrified of anything that sheds LIGHT on abortion. When people have no real joy in life, don't believe in a loving God, they don't see human life as sacred. I think that's what it boils down to.

The argument can go on indefinitely, but you eventually get down to the realization that pro-choice folks don't value an unborn baby as a creation of God who deserves dignity and respect.

It's a projection of their feelings about themselves, in my humble opinion.