With a mixture of premature disgust and meaningless protestation, pro-abortion advocates awaited a gut rot straight-whiskey shot of audio-video.
The ad turned out to be more like a strawberry smoothie.
The 30 second commercial is benign, playful and somewhat vague, featuring the mother and son against a blank background, smiling and hugging amid gentle folksy guitars. It ends with humor and an invitation to visit the Focus on the Family's website to watch the real, full story.
Prior to the ad being shown, Terry O'Neill, President of the misnomered National Organization for Women, stated to Politico.com:
“The goal of the Focus on the Family ad is not to empower women. It's to create a climate in which Roe v. Wade can be overturned. There are always going to be women who need abortions. In this country, one in three women will have an abortion.” Full Story
Loins girded for battle, the fembots were simply left looking silly. Not to be deterred, however, Miss O'Neill experienced a sudden change of heart, or maybe face. Her latest, and even shriller, objection to the ad concerns the CGI enhanced "tackling" of Mrs. Tebow by her son. It's humorous, and at the end of spot she even says flat-out that she's tougher than him. Apparently the sweetness and humor are lost on Miss O'Neill:
"I am blown away at the celebration of the violence against women in it. That's what comes across to me even more strongly than the anti-abortion message." Full Story
Er, okay. Right, celebration of violence. Got it.
The fact is, Miss O'Neill and those of her ilk hate the Tebows, and for good reason. They're Christian, successful and even good looking. But most repulsive of all the Tebows don't suscribe to the philosophy of rending babies' limbs and crushing their skulls. Go figure.