CWA Calls Out NOW for its Bizarre Attack on Super Bowl Ad

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CWA Calls Out NOW for its Bizarre Attack on Super Bowl Ad

Washington, DC– College football star Tim Tebow’s pro-life Super Bowl ad is being attacked by a pro-abortion group, the National Organization for Women (NOW). NOW is calling for the ad to be pulled from next Sunday’s Super Bowl broadcast, claiming it’s “offensive” to viewers.

NOW’s outcry over Tebow’s pro-life ad is nothing less than hypocritical. Where were they when CBS has aired programs like Dexter, in which the protagonist is a serial killer? Or the sexually explicit Swing Town, a show that flaunts “shifting morals” and promiscuity?

Shows like these demean women and are offensive to families, but NOW claims to be more offended by Tim Tebow sharing his uplifting pro-life story.

Penny Nance, CEO of Concerned Women for America (CWA), said, “In the 3 years I advised FCC [Federal Communications Commission] Chairman Kevin Martin on indecency issues I can’t recall one time that NOW ever spoke out about sexually graphic or misogynistic content on CBS. I find it laughable that NOW has a problem with Tim Tebow sharing his own story. If NOW really cared about women they would stop flacking for the abortion industry and start working on behalf of women and resolving our concerns about real problems such as sexually exploitative and violent content on television.”

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