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Tell CBS to Keep The Tebow Ad!!!

283 Signatures Goal: 500

For too long organizations like the Women’s Media Center have sought to silence the millions of American’s who stand in opposition to abortion. Currently they have launched a campaign to remove an ad featuring The University of Florida’s Tim Tebow and his mother from airing during Super Bowl XLIV on CBS. This ad, sponsored by Focus on the Family, details the pregnancy of Pam Tebow, and her decision not to abort Tim even when doctors warned her own life was in danger. This ad has been falsely labeled as divisive, and vitriol, however the truth of the matter is that it is neither. It shows the love of a mother for her child, from the time of conception to the moment he drew his first breath. It would be an injustice not to allow this advertisement, which represents the views of a majority of Americans, not to air. We are urging you CBS not to back down, and to allow the advertisement to run as it is intended. We, the undersigned, ask you not to cower to those who would seek to silence these views, but encourage you to allow the American public to form their own opinion after the advertisement airs during the Super Bowl on February 7th, 2010.

Sponsor

Amber Scroggs

Links

http://www.focusonthefamily.com/
http://www.facebook.com/?ref=home#/group.php?gid=274225374395&ref=nf

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