Wednesday, February 03, 2010

Life Links 2/3/10

Sally Jenkins on NOW's reaction to Focus on the Family's Super Bowl ad with Tim Tebow:
I'm pro-choice, and Tebow clearly is not. But based on what I've heard in the past week, I'll take his side against the group-think, elitism and condescension of the "National Organization of Fewer and Fewer Women All The Time." For one thing, Tebow seems smarter than they do.

Tebow's 30-second ad hasn't even run yet, but it already has provoked "The National Organization for Women Who Only Think Like Us" to reveal something important about themselves: They aren't actually "pro-choice" so much as they are pro-abortion.

Amie Newman shows how lazy some bloggers at the RH Reality Check blog are. She wonders openly about how Focus on the Family got the money for their Super Bowl ad.

Ummm.... do some research. Besides Focus' press release there are more than a few articles out there where Focus on the Family spokesman Gary Schneeberger talks about how the ad was funded.
"Every cent for this ad was paid for by generous donors who specifically gave for this project because they are excited about this opportunity for Focus to show who we are and what we do," Schneeberger said.

A woman from South Dakota named Paula Barber who has MS is claiming she received an embryonic stem cell treatment in Mexico. At that leading scientific center of Tijuana, no less.

Some people are so incredibly gullible.


  1. My only real beef is, that like so many other abortion supporters, Ms. Jenkins somehow has it in her head that the availability of legal abortion somehow enabled Pam Tebow to carry her baby to term. Which makes as much sense as saying that the availability of alcohol enables people to drive sober. The prochoice movement did not invent childbirth, as much as they seem to want to claim credit for it.

  2. Who were these "generous donors" who gave money to the militant fundamentalists? FOTF is being secretive about that.