Groups claiming to speak for women are upset over a Pro-life Super Bowl ad.
The left goes bonkers over anyone outspokenly Christian or anti-abortion. Sarah Palin was trashed. Focus on the Family has been trashed. Now the Tebow’s.
These – well, truthfully, anti-women’s groups – are trying to make CBS drop an anti-abortion ad featuring 2007 Heisman Trophy winner Tim Tebow and his family.
They have never seen the ad. They have no real idea what it says. They just don’t want focus on the Family or the Tebow’s to be allowed to speak freely during the Super Bowl, in an ad fully paid for by Focus on the Family.
Let me make something perfectly clear to the anti-baby, anti-woman organizations currently attacking the Tebows:
You do not speak for me. Please don’t pretend to speak for all women.
I look forward to seeing the Tebow ad during the Super Bowl, and fully support freedom of Speech for all individuals and organizations.
“Freedom of speech” is protected by the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution and by many state constitutions and state and federal laws. It is not implied, assumed, or conveniently read into the wording. It’s really there.
I oppose any use of public funds for these alleged women’s organizations, especially in light of their efforts to deny other individuals and organizations the right to use private funds in communicating their message.