I don't generally jump into politics and stuff on this blog, although I do have some definite beliefs about some key issues. However, I find it difficult to fathom that believing in life is a political issue. I mean, isn't the government there to protect its citizens from harm? But the flap over the Super Bowl ad of Pam Tebow deciding to keep her unborn baby against a doctor's advice has become a political football (pardon the pun).
I find myself watching the debate on tv and pulling for the Tebows and Focus on the Family, but when I watched this video on FOX news with Jim Daly of Focus on the Family and Jehmu Green of the Women's Media Center, my blood started to boil.
Focus on the Family is trying to "fool America"? Fake pregnancy testing? Fake Crisis Pregnancy Centers? What's next – moms giving birth to fake babies from those fake sonograms?
If anything the Tebow ad has done, it has shed light on the pro-choice movement's true agenda: It's not about choice after all, or they would be celebrating PamTebow's choice to give birth to Tim! Apparently there is only one choice in the pro-choice movement, and that is abortion.
I celebrate CBS's decision not to give in to the pressure to not run this ad (so far anyway). In an ironic twist of how God works, the loud protest of the Women's Media Center has just about guaranteed that the Tebow ad will be watched by hundreds of millions of people worldwide – who will see what it is like to celebrate a culture of life!