As we get closer to Super Bowl Sunday, the pro-abortion crowd is ramping up to a fever pitch against Tim Tebow's ad. It is disturbing and disheartening to witness women, the very people who should be nurturing and compassionate, turn on another woman who chose to give birth rather than have an abortion. We saw it happen to Sarah Palin when she chose life for her Down Syndrome child.
These same women are the ones who championed birth control, fostering a society where women are used like disposable tissues and discarded like so much trash. The feminist movement has convinced women that real freedom is mocking men and dressing like tramps. Take a stroll through any mall in America and check out girls as young as 8 or 9 dressed like common streetwalkers. What father would allow his daughter to present herself in this manner?
This same feminist movement has castrated the males of our culture. Now we glorify "metro-sexual" men - more concerned with their hair and clothes than being a real man. A real man loves and cherishes his wife just as Jesus loves us. Oh, I forgot. Jesus is a man. Why should we listen to Him? Silly me...
Palin on the ad:
PALIN: Well, I'll tell you, the message is about strengthening women and it speaks to the power and the wisdom of women and the nurturing spirit of women. It certainly isn't an offensive message. For now to have chosen this, picking a wrong battle, I think -- to have chosen this to come across sounding quite offended by hearing that a pro-life commercial will air on the Super Bowl day, it's baffling. I mean, there are so many offensive commercials out there. And there's commercials out there that belittle women and demean them and make them feel like sex objects. And I haven't heard a lot of protests from NOW on that. This is an inspiring and encouraging message. Pam Tebow -- she made the world a better place, giving her son life. What is so offensive about hearing her story in a little 60-second sound bite? I look forward to hearing it. Fox News interview, Jan. 28, 2010
Related and well said:
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Money Quote of the Day
"Every time an individual is converted the battle has been won in a huge kind of way, because we're not saved as a group. We're saved as individuals and what pleases the enemy of God, Satan, is that individuals are not being faithful to their identity as children of God.
"So, I think every time there's a conversion, every time one of us turns from our sins there is a victory in the battle.” Archbishop Charles J. Chaput of Denver