Tebow Super Bowl ad strikes light-hearted tone

Tebow Super Bowl ad strikes light-hearted tone

NEW YORK - Even the long-awaited Super Bowl ad from conservative group Focus on the Family came with a punchline Sunday night.

The 30-second “Celebrate family, celebrate life” ad starring Heisman winner Tim Tebow ended with him tackling his mom as she tells of how she nearly lost him during her pregnancy. The pair jokes that they have to be “tough” with all the family has been through.

The commercial sparked debate before it was even broadcast, and some groups called for CBS not to air it.

The ad is the first such advocacy ad to appear in television’s most-watched broadcast.

It sends people to Focus on the Family’s Web site, which tells more of the Tebows’ story and offers a more straightforward antiabortion message.

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Tebow Super Bowl ad strikes light-hearted tone

I guess the *baby killers*, the pro abortion, the abortion on demand people, and their various and assorted moonbat supporters thought that this ad was going to be a screaming Conservative attack on their perceived right to murder the most innocent among us.

They were wrong.

Personally, I’m not a big Tim Tebow fan. I never have been, but that’s not the point here. The point is, Tim Tebow and his mother, Pam, made a great ad piece. They didn’t preach. They didn’t belittle anyone. They didn’t try to convince anyone to DO or NOT do anything. They made a great factual and very personal presentation.

I think there was also a great deal of class exhibited here as well.

Class, that’s something you don’t see from the people that opposed this piece before they even saw it. In MY opinion, they have once again rendered themselves fools on the public stage! And once again, Pro Life has won another battle without firing a shot!

I would like to think that CBS broadcast this ad because it was the RIGHT thing to do, but we all know that’s not the case. Money placed this ad on the air and controversy drove it to the top!

My hat is off to Pam and Tim Tebow for this, and for having the courage and conviction to stand and say it for ALL to hear!

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15 Responses to Tebow Super Bowl ad strikes light-hearted tone

  1. Kate says:

    This is what they all had their collective knickers in a twist over? You’re right….they did it with class, unlike the murderers of millions of innocent babies.

  2. HoosierArmyMom says:

    Only the far left lunatics are imbalanced enough to want to have their right to express their opinions and silence opposing viewpoints. This is indeed a victory for freedom. Kudos to the Tebows!

  3. TexasFred says:

    Subtle class and gentle humor… That was what thoroughly impressed me!

  4. Gawfer says:

    What many don’t realize is Focus on the Family isn’t doing so well financially. They laid off over 200 employees this last year, and cancelled all their magazines. I’m not sure how much that 30 second superbowl spot cost them, but it shows how committed Focus on the Family is to protecting the yet-to-be born babies, and they did it, as you said, with class.

  5. NativeSon says:

    The “loony moonbats” making” such a big deal out of it for so long-actually made many “sit up and take notice” who otherwise probably wouldn’t have given it a second thought!
    THANKS “LOONY MOONBATS” for attracting attention to the worthy message (and, at the same time, showing “pro-choice” doesn’t mean “choice” at all-it means “PRO-DEATH!!!”

  6. BobF says:

    Not one mention about abortion or any reference of having to make a choice between having an abortion or not having one. I thought the add was kind of funny how he tackles his mom and she is then worried about him…he’s not as tough as her. It was very well done with class.

  7. Katie says:

    I thought it was a soup commercial at first. It was sweet, not forcing itself on you, and a bit humorous. Nicely done!

  8. LD Jackson says:


    Focus on the Family didn’t actually pay for the Tebow ad. It was paid for entirely by anonymous donors. They just put it together and put their name on it.

  9. Mr Pink Eyes says:

    It certainly seems to me that the controversy over this commercial was way overblown. I didn’t even realize that it was the pro-life commercial until it was over and they put Tim Tebow’s name on the television. I couldn’t believe that was what all the fuss was about. There was no mention of abortion at all.

  10. HoosierArmyMom says:

    The “feminists” had the nerve to say that the ad promotes “violence against women”, which only goes to prove 3 things:

    1. Feminists don’t have any sense of humor or idea about reality.
    2. Feminists will whine about anything, but miss the ad where elderly Betty White is tackled in their commentary.
    3. Feminists still don’t get it… RESPECT is NOT demanded, it is EARNED.

    I loved the ad. It was not imposing any view, just giving you a really cute look at a mother and son. No mother worth her salt has escaped getting clobbered by her cute little toddlers at some point. I remember sporting the bruised shins from helping my son practice soccer!

  11. Kate says:

    Feminazis: Extremely ugly women, hate men, no self respecting man would come within a mile.

  12. Annie Oakley says:

    Thanks for showing this Fred, it’s the first time I’ve seen it! All, I can say is WOW. FIRST CLASS ACT!!!!! They did a very good job with this, have to tip our hats to the Tebow’s and Pro-Life!! I hope it’s a vid that can be reposted over and over, thanks again!

  13. Annie Oakley says:

    Does anyone know how to save a video like this, maybe in some type of archive folder??

  14. TexasFred says:

    Copy the URL for the video and save it to your files…

    Here is the URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6BIOTItUwvk&feature=player_embedded

  15. Annie Oakley says:

    Thanks Fred, I’ll do that!

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