After a pro-choice blogger suggested that contributions to pro-choice organizations be made after every Tim Tebow touchdown, Fox's Eric Bolling (who must be very holy because, according to his Twitter, he attends church every Sunday) erupted in rage. He said it was "disgusting" that a pro-choicer would use Tim Tebow. Flash forward a couple of weeks and radical anti-abortion jihadist Randall Terry is using his twitter and a newsletter to raise money for graphic anti-abortion ads to be played during the Super Bowl. Terry, who is challenging Barack Obama for the Democratic nomination for president, is exploiting FCC rules that prohibit censorship of "political" ads within 45 days of a primary. The markets that Terry is buying have primaries in that window. The ads will feature the usual dubious photos of alleged aborted fetuses which are standard props in the anti-choice street theater outside women's clinics. Will Eric Bolling condemn his fellow Catholic (Catholic and other anti-choice websites are praising Terry) for using Tim Tebow? Bueller? Anyone?
Obviously when it’s the right “exploiting” children, or their messiah Timmeh Teabow, it’s all good.
Dear poor and needy:
We’re sorry, but for the foreseeable future all the funds we could potentially use for helping you is tied up producing prime time television advertisements .
We’re sure you’ll agree that outlawing demon abortion, restoring prayer in schools, censoring dirty words on television, defeating cap and trade and returning God fearing Caucasians to the White House have to take precedence over any individual’s needs for food and shelter.
Best of luck and keep praying—you never know, it might work!