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Just when you thought you’d seen everything. A woman in St. Louis announced her abortion on Craigslist. Here’s her ad:
ok so we’ve been going thru alot and were not even together. you dont trust me? you dont love me? i dont know anymore. i always make you mad. i dont know if youre ashamed of me. hate me? i dont know how you feel about me. you don’t need to respond but you should listen bc i need to get this off my chest…. Austin, im pregnant. and since we have no type of future together im getting an abortion so no worries on your end. you haven’t picked up the phone or return my text so no need to call or respond now. my mind is made up. my decision is final. i feel like its the Best decision for me.
Is nothing private anymore?
Just weeks after the “abortion” controversy that swirled around Tim Tebow’s Super Bowl ad for Focus On Family, the pro-life, pro-family organization is once again the “focus” of the Women’s Media team:
The National Collegiate Athletic Association has removed an FOTF banner ad from one of its websites this week. The governing body of college sports explains that it came to the decision after receiving complaints, including from some of its members, that FOTF’s views on same-sex relationships are in conflict with the NCAA’s policy on sexual orientation.
But FOTF says there is no reason to pull the ad, which it describes as “benign” and non-political.
The ad pictures a dad holding his young son with the caption: “All I want for my son is for him to grow up knowing how to do the right thing.” It includes the address to the FOTF’s website and the title, “Celebrate Family. Celebrate Life.”
“Have we really become a society where it’s considered distasteful and controversial for a dad to hope the best for his son?” asked Gary Schneeberger, vice president of ministry communications at Focus on the Family, according to Citizenlink.com. “If so, we have a lot of soul-searching to do as a nation.”
I guess the groups like NOW were afraid of those words at the end:
FOCUS on FAMILY !!!!
“Planned Parenthood has been a part of Abby Johnson’s life for the past eight years; that is until last month, when Abby resigned. Johnson said she realized she wanted to leave, after watching an ultrasound of an abortion procedure.” “I just thought I can’t do this anymore, and it was just like a flash that hit me and I thought that’s it,” said Jonhson”