Update: Here’s the rather innocuous Tebow ad:
Planned Parenthood’s Super Bowl Response to Focus on the Family’s Pro-Life, Anti-Choice Ad.
We Celebrate the Super Bowl by Supporting our Mothers, Daughters, by Trusting Women.
Focus on the Family’s anti-abortion Super Bowl ad has drawn controversy. Shouldn’t Super Bowl ads be fun, silly, over the top? Or should this be a forum for America, and Big Money, to have its say?
Here’s Planned Parenthood’s response ad (oif course this underfunded ad, by all reports, won’t be making a Super Bowl appearance):
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