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2/8/10

Associated Press Lies About Tim Tebow's Superbowl Ad

Apparently they didn't even watch it

AP- " Heisman winner Tim Tebow and his mother talk about her difficult pregnancy with him and how she was advised to end the pregnancy—implying an antiabortion message—but ended with Tebow tackling his mom and saying the family must be "tough."

Uhhhh no. Pam Tebow never mentions that she was advised to end her pregnancy. Tebow never says “the family must be tough." And there really is no implied antiabortion message.

AP preaches pro-abortion groups' disdain for the "hard hitting" commercial. AP fainlly admits in this article that there is no antiabortion message. But that's the problem! According to AP:

"... this probably does a good job of driving them to the Web site and getting them to check it out. I think it's much more effective than something more explicit would have been," he said."

AP quotes the Women's Media Center as calling the ad "benign," and "the tackle showed an undercurrent of violence against women."

Youtube excluded Tebow's ad from their poll of favorite superbowl ads, just the latest of youtube's exclusion techniques against conservatives.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Does this mean that the AARP should be all up in arms because a Doritos superbowl commercial showed an elderly person being tackled?

Who is John Galt? said...

Haha. AP looks stupid again because they only read liberal talking points and don't bother to actually watch the event (Remember what they said about the tea Party March on Washington?) I agree with what several columnists have been saying: The ad itself could have never even ran and Focus on the Family would have gotten their money's worth out of all of the publicity "Feminist" and Abortion "rights" groups have given it. IT is only fitting the the actual commercials were so benign as to leave the viewer confused to what it was about.