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Tim Tebow Superbowl Ad Redux

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Tim Tebow Superbowl Redux

Here is an excellent article from a pro-choice journalist providing some fresh air to the whole Superbowl commercial debate.  The article argues persuasively that Tim Tebow is good for women and not the other way around.

On a sidenote, I have never understood why liberals are big government on everything except abortion.  For whatever reason, they appeal to small government and personal liberty when it comes to this issue.  I suppose logical consistency can be sacrificed for rationalizing sin.

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  1. Great article. It’s nice to hear someone who claims to be pro-choice so vocal against the normal feminist rants, and to hear her voice her opinion that people have a right to hear opposing views and still think on them.

    My biggest gripe with this issue is the fact that anyone is spending $2.5 million to speak out against abortion. In my humble opinion, that money could be better put to use by helping to fund adoptions or funding churches that are willing to take responsibility for helping to raise children who might have otherwise been aborted.

    But, of course, that would require churches who saw their fulfillment of the call to take care of the poor and the orphan as more than a check written to Colorado Springs.

    Ike Hughes

    February 2, 2010 at 3:07 pm

    • Ike, I share similar sentiments to you as far as kingdom good and stewardship. For what its worth, apparently, Focus on the Family (and I am no FOTF apologist) got specific donations earmarked for this very thing. Still…

      Michael Graham

      February 2, 2010 at 3:11 pm


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