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NBC decided not to air any advocacy commericals during the Super Bowl. Ok. That's their perogative.Watch the pro-life commercial that got squashed because of that policy. Pretty powerful, huh?
WOW! That is awesome! I pray it gets airtime somehow. Lookin fwd to seeing you Sun, man. - td
Powerful ad. I wonder if it really would have made any difference though. Neither ProLife nor ProChoice are willing to concede an inch. One side says that abortion is always murder, no matter the consequences of the birth, including the death of the mother. The other side always says that an unborn child is just a fetus and that this is about a woman's right to make her own decisions about her body. It's such an intensely emotional issue already, and when you bring faith and politics into it, things become even more black and white.When you have some ProLife proponents contending that all contraception is murder, and when you have ProChoice advocates claiming that an abortion is an inconsequential medical procedure, it just seems crazy. But then again, I am not a woman.
Gary,Thanks for stopping by. Sorry for the delay in response, but I was all caught up with the big game last night.There certainly is a lot of political football played with the issue of abortion, however, on a personal level, it is pretty cut and dry, in my few. God doesn't support the unneccessary killing of children, BUT He also has enough grace to heal those families that have been negatively impacted by abortion, PRAISE GOD!!!I think the tactics used on both sides of this issue usually are pretty ridiculous. This ad probably wouldn't have made much of a difference in the big battle, but it may have made a difference in one woman's struggle. Who knows. I thought it was powerful way to put the point out without coming off heavy handed.
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