From Planned Parenthood responds to Tim Tebow Super Bowl ad:
Tim Tebow‘s controversial planned Super Bowl commercial for the Christian group Focus on the Family is drawing an ad response from Planned Parenthood. The group released an online public service announcement with former NFL player Sean James and Olympic gold medalist Al Joyner directly addressing the Tebow spot slated to air during CBS’s telecast of Super Bowl XLIV on Feb. 7.
Just more evidence that they aren’t pro-choice, they are pro-abortion.
In the ad, Pam Tebow, mother of the former Florida Gators quarterback’s mother, is expected to recount how she chose to ignore doctor’s advice to consider an abortion and chose to give birth to her Heisman Trophy-winning son instead.
Said James in the minute-long PSA: “There’s a lot of talk leading up to the Super Bowl about an ad focused on sports and family. The ad features a great football player, Tim Tebow, and his loving mother discussing a difficult medical decision she made for her family. I respect and honor Mrs. Tebow’s decision. My mom showed me that women are strong and wise.
Many women are strong and wise. But what does that have to do with whether they should be able to have their unborn children destroyed?
And why open his mouth at all? Mrs. Tebow made a choice. If you really respect her choice, why post a rebuttal?
She taught me that only women can make the best decisions about their health and their future.
Complete the sentence: “She taught me that only women can make the best decisions about their health and their future and be able to have their unborn children crushed and dismembered.”
As that sentence and those following show, these folks just spout platitudes that no one would disagree with if the real meaning didn’t involve unrestricted abortion on demand. Remember, it is a scientific fact that a new human being is created at conception.
We’re working toward the day when every woman will be valued.
Nearly 100% of gender selection abortions are done for the sole purpose of killing female human beings because they are female. How does that lead us towards valuing every woman?
How does it value women to tell them that to be equal to men they must be legally able (and willing?) to have their unborn children killed?
Where every woman’s decision about her health and family will be respected.
And what would that decision be? Complete the sentence: “Where every woman’s decision to abort her child will be respected.”
Joyner says Super Bowl weekend is a “perfect time” to honor both sports and family. But he adds: “I want my daughter to live in a world where everyone’s decisions are respected.
Complete the sentence: ” . . . where everyone’s decisions to have their unborn children eliminated are respected.” But what if the father wants to have the child? Is his decision respected?
My daughter will always be my little girl. But I’m proud every day as I watch her grow up to be her own person.
Complete the sentence: “But I’m proud every day as I watch her grow up to be her own person and have the legal right to have my grandchildren destroyed.”
A smart, confident young woman. I trust her to take care of her itself.
Complete the sentence: “I trust her to take care of her itself and eliminate her unborn children if she doesn’t want them for any reason.”
We celebrate families by supporting our mothers, by supporting our daughters, by trusting women.”
Complete the sentence: “We celebrate families by supporting our mothers‘ right to abort their children for any reason, by supporting our daughters‘ right to abort their children for any reason, by trusting women to abort their children for any reason.”
Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards issued a statement Wednesday saying the group “respects the ability of every woman,” including Pam Tebow, “to make important personal medical decisions for herself and her family.
Complete the sentence: “respects the ability of every woman to make important personal medical decisions for herself and her family including the right to have part of that family destroyed for any reason.”
But if Focus on the Family has its way, “millions of women would no longer be able to make important personal medical decisions for themselves and their families when it comes to abortion,” she said.
Hey, she actually mentioned abortion! And yes, I oppose “important medical decisions” that result in innocent human beings dying.
There is a reason they don’t spell out what they really mean.