I'm sure most of you, especially my local fans, are aware of mah boi, Tim(othy Q) Tebow doing a commercial.
For the Super Bowl.
Such a touchy subject.
As it turns out, the rumors are true. He will be the focal point of a 30 second spot by the religious group, Focus on the Family.
Here are a couple excerpts from the article:
"An ad that uses sports to divide rather than to unite has no place in the biggest national sports event of the year -- an event designed to bring Americans together," said Jemhu Greene, president of the New York-based Women's Media Center.
Not sure if Jemhu (lol) is aware, but not getting an abortion is actually saving a life. There really is no arguing that. Any way you slice it, whether you're pro-life, or pro-choice, you gotta rofl that saving lives is dividing anything. Lol you liberal twat, you make us pro-choicers look retarded.
And here He is, the man speaketh:
"I know some people won't agree with it, but I think they can at least respect that I stand up for what I believe," Tebow said. "I've always been very convicted of it (his views on abortion) because that's the reason I'm here, because my mom was a very courageous woman. So any way that I could help, I would do it."
Not sure if you know, but that's why he was born. His mother was going to abort the shit out of him. Like furiously abort that little dude. But then she didn't. According to ancient myth, she was gonna abort him herself, but the fetus was impervious to coat-hangers. Now we have Tim Tebow, the best athlete that's ever lived, and 2 NCAA championships in 4 years. Suck on that, pussybeats.
The guy is on national television telling his story. Who complains about that? I'll tell you, the type of people that complain about anything. Holy shit, I'd love to be on national television telling MY story: "So there I was, doing blow off a hooker's ass..." - more on MY story later.
Whatever, Tebow got off easy - he only had Focus on the Family crying about him. If it were me, telling my story, I'd have the NAACP, ACLU, Focus on the Family, NAFTA, CNN, HTTP, and Move-On all crying about it.
Take this into consideration: "Thirty-second commercials during the Super Bowl are selling for $2.5 million to $2.8 million."
I wonder how many abortions this commercial will really prevent lol. Cause goddamn, that's a lot of money. Maybe they should have just taken that cash, and sent it to Haiti lol.
The truth is, I 100% support women's choice. That being said, I also 100% support people shutting the fuck up over a Super Bowl commercial. It's the Super Bowl, you're not supposed to be sober enough to even register what it is that you're watching. Unless you're a Saints fan - in that case, you better pay attention, cause it may not happen for another million years.
Maybe you just don't like to see TIM TEBOW speak out in support of something you don't agree with.
Let's take a look at celebrities endorsing other shitty things:
Lebron James endorses McDonald's. I have a feeling that McDonald's is a whole lot worse for most kids than not getting aborted. I also have a feeling that Bron-Bron isn't incorporating McDonald's-anything into his daily diet. Not a tear from anyone though.
Wait, you actually probably do agree with eating McDonald's every day, because you're a fat tub of shit who probably thinks that obesity is totally genetic, while you were at one time, an able-bodied stallion, but your sedentary lifestyle and lack of proper nutrition has turned you into a worthless fat fuck holy shit I hate fat people. Ok, bad example.
How about this one: Tiger Woods once endorsed Buick automobiles. That's pretty bad; because Tiger Woods isn't only not white, not old, and not senile; but he gets laid. A lot. That's pretty much the opposite of the typical Buick driver. But nobody gave him any grief over that!
Anyway, I'd love to tell you that I'm going to totally pay attention to the game, and every single (fucking, goddamn) commercial, but honestly, I'm going to be far too fucked up to have any idea what the hell is going on.
Colts 35 - Saints 24, would love to see the Saints win, but Peyton Manning is such a class act.