Hateful? Abortion Blogger Urges Donations To Abortion Groups For Every Tebow Touchdown

In a world where nothing much surprises me anymore, this pro-abortion blogger's post who is encouraging her readers, "For every touchdown Tebow throws next week … donate $5 or $10 to your local pro-choice organization,” is in particularly bad taste.

'Sophia' (apparently not her real name and the irony is heavy because the name Sophia means 'wisdom') went on to write about Tebow, "This is the same man that used the Super Bowl to a) build his reputation and brand as the saintliest saint of an athlete that ever lived, and b) raise money for an anti-choice organization that would deny the right to abortion to millions of women that need it. Yuck,” she adds. “If you’re a sports fan that also thinks women should be able to do what they want, when they want, and how they want it with their uteri, you can join in this too.”

History has proven that people doing whatever they want, whenever they want and however they want without any ethics, logic or morality has never brought about good results. It's been atrocious.  And it also gets me that people who advocate for abortion rarely identify themselves with this horrible crime. They use "feel-good" euphemisms like "pro-choice" and "anti-choice." If they are going to advocate for the killing of innocent children, why not be honest and identify the crime for what it is?

Poor Tim Tebow, he is just minding his own business and playing football, why don't people just leave him alone? If a person of another faith tradition was thanking their God frequently, I doubt people would say anything because they would have "freedom of religion." But Christians? not so much.

God bless you Tim Tebow. Thank God your mom said yes to your life.

Comments

Anonymous said…
When I saw the bloggers avatar, I was immediately reminded of the black-hooded satan from The Passion of the Christ ... How appropriate.

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