Once again, we tackle the question that even if you have a right to an opinion , where are you allowed to have that opinion?
Tim Tebow is no stranger to this blog. Besides being an absolute perfect gentleman in a brutal sport, he is in a sense an abortion survivor. His mother was given professional advice (in the same city I live in no less) to abort Tim. Advice she ignored. She then gave birth to a boy who 19 years later would be nicknamed Superman.
So there are some who say that Superman is now not allowed to have an opinion. Which I find ridiculous. All these people call themselves Pro Choice as long as its their choice. Advertising has their own code and if a group ( in this case Focus on the Family) decides to pay for an ad that passes all standards then it gets to be aired. Saying you are Pro Choice yet squelching the ability of someone to disagree with your choice is being oxymoronic.
Besides the ad is meant for the most watched 3 1/2 hours all year for the U.S. That is the Super Bowl. Not exactly a bastion for Women's groups. Since when do Men's groups protest the Twilight saga. Since when do Men's groups exist?
Once again, you may listen to Colin's take on this issue. If you listen to him, we both come at this issue from opposite sides yet we come to the same conclusion.
Those of us with strong opinions should respect others who also have strong opinions regardless how much they relate with our own opinions.
I have my opinion but I usually try to give you a basis why I have that opinion in the first place.
Women are so concerned about their right to choose but I don't hear any mention of the rights of the little life inside them that they so conveniently forget. There, my opinion.