Focus on the Family Opens Up About Bowl Ad

ChelseaAbortion, Planned Parenthood1 Comment

These days everyone’s been talking about Focus on the Family’s upcoming Super Bowl ad except, well, FOTF themselves! Now, in the latest Focus Action Update Gary Schneeberger, vice president of media and public relations for Focus on the Family, discusses how the ad came about and what it was like working with the Tebows (h/t Jill Stanek):

Schneeberger points out that an OK reporter told him, “You guys could have done a commercial for apple pie and these groups still would have protested you.” That’s true. Some of these radical pro-aborts would have thrown a fit over the ad regardless of what it actually said for the simple fact that it is produced by a pro-life organization, period.

Meanwhile, Planned Parenthood, which did not take part in the call for CBS censorship like its other pro-abort counterparts, seems to have tried to beat FOTF at their own game by having two professional athletes talk about “respecting all women’s choices”. Too bad no one has ever heard of these guys. Interesting that they chose two black athletes to make their point as black children are quickly becoming an “Endangered Species” thanks to abortion.

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One Comment on “Focus on the Family Opens Up About Bowl Ad”

  1. Hi Chelsea — Thanks for keeping us posted on Tebow. I can’t wait until closed captioning is available on all videos, but I always trust your blog (as to promoting your posts) which is a welcome relief. Here’s an article you and your readers might like: Interesting Effects of the Pill

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