Friday, February 3, 2012

Super Bowl Ad Warning


The following is an ad for [Randall Terry], who is running as a Democrat for the office of the president of the United States of America.  One of the main platforms to his campaign is a repeal of [Roe vs. Wade], which is the United States Supreme Court decision that legalized abortions in this country.  Subsequently, since he is afforded the same considerations as any other legitimate candidate running for president, that extremely graphic ad will be allowed to be aired during the Super Bowl, this coming Sunday, February 5, 2012.

To be quite honest about it, I am torn on the issue.  For I despise the airing of something so graphic.

On the other hand, an abortion is indeed murder, and anyone who can stomach more than a few seconds of the ad will not be able to honestly say that it isn’t.  I only made it around 10 seconds, and I hope NBC will air some kind of warning just before it airs so that parents can at least cover the eyes of their small children—if not get them out of the room.



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4 comments:

Rational νεόφυτος said...

I'd be surprised if the Big Businesses shelling out money for their ad spots are going to approve of sharing screen time with this. But he makes a solid point challenging Christians that voting for Obama is a vote for the abortion slaughterhouses...

Jerry E Beuterbaugh said...

Thanks for stopping by again, my dear RN!!! From what I think I understand, since he is a presidential candidate, NBC has to run the ad.

Rational νεόφυτος said...

I'm sure there will be some irate feminists, alarmed that anyone could be so terrible as to paint abortion as something other than a harmless, emotionless outpatient surgery...

It's easier not to think of it as killing innocent children is you refer to it as "reproductive health".

Jerry E Beuterbaugh said...

Yes, referring to it as being a reproductive health procedure would make it much easier to swallow what should be a very bitter pill. At least the aborted babies are covered, but all who see nothing wrong with it are in great danger of facing eternal damnation without repentance (to put it rather bluntly).