Tebow Ad...Touchdown!

Wow! Who knew how ridiculous the abortion industry would look for opposing such a non-offensive ad during the Super Bowl. The life-affirming ad featuring Pam and Tim Tebow was one of the most successful commercials in Super Bowl history…thanks to NOW and other pro-abortion groups trying to silence the Tebow family.

Below I’ve included a few interesting articles since the ad aired and my quote featured in the Idaho Press Tribune on the morning of the Super Bowl.

Idahoans Share Views on Tebow Ad

Do you think it’s appropriate for this ad to be running during the Super Bowl?


“I’m completely supportive of the Tim Tebow ad. I think it is really wonderful for people to embrace all sorts of ideas and … to see one woman’s story and one woman’s choice. This ad was done in a beautiful way, a tactful way. No one, including the abortion industry, should try to silence a woman’s story.”

— Brandi Swindell, co-founder and national director of Generation Life


“No. Because the Super Bowl claims that it does not do partisan ads … and I believe this is a partisan ad. I think it’s wrong to claim you’re doing one thing and then do another. ”

— Phyllis Stimpert, retired teacher, Caldwell, believes in a woman’s right to choose

Super Bowl Ad Gets Focus on the Family Big Traffic for Tebow Non-Abortion Story

Washington, DC (LifeNews.com) — The initial numbers are in and they reveal the Super Bowl commercial featuring Tim Tebow and his mother Pam Tebow exposed large numbers of people to the pro-life message. The ad alone reached a record number of people who watched the football and large numbers of people followed up online.

The new figures are out and they show Super Bowl XLIV was the first sporting event to ever exceed 100 million viewers.

That means 106.5 million people watched the pro-life commercial Focus on the Family ran during Sunday’s game — which bested 1983′s M*A*S*H finale and its old record of 105.97 million viewers.

That alone, or combined with the estimated $10 million in free publicity the ad generated before the Super Bowl, would be enough of a justification to say it was a smashing success in getting the pro-life message to the masses.

But Focus on the Family officials say they received considerable traffic on their web site by people following up from the ad and watching a longer video with the Tebow family that is much more explicit in terms of the conversation about Pam Tebow’s decision to not have an abortion during a crisis pregnancy situation.

The Focus web site logged 500,000 hits and 50,000 unique visitors just during the hour the Super Bowl ad aired. Traffic was also up considerably during the pre-game show when a different version of the commercial aired. Full story at LifeNews.com

Cartoons Poke Fun at Pro-Abortion Opposition to Tim Tebow Pro-Life Commercial

Washington, DC (LifeNews.com) — The following are two cartoons that poke fun at the pro-abortion opposition to the Focus on the Family Super Bowl commercials featuring Pam Tebow and her son Tim Tebow. The ads aired before and during the Super Bowl and reached 106 million people during the game and polls show half of Americans heard about Tebow’s non-abortion story prior to the game thanks to the mountains of free publicity and discussion. Full story at LifeNews.com

Read this commentary and see the video: http://www.redstate.com/jeff_emanuel/2010/02/08/focus-on-the-family-and-pam-tebow-play-the-pro-abortion-left-like-a-stradivarius/

For the Voiceless,