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Tim Tebow, The Abortion Gang, Randall Terry for President, and Pro-life Super Bowl Ad Converge

by Staff
January 9, 2012
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WASHINGTON, ( -- Terry for President to run Super Bowl Ads in up to 40 cities (in states where Randall Terry is on democrat primary ballot against President Obama) showing graphic images of children murdered by abortion.

Terry for President has already raised multiple thousands of dollars for ads, and hopes to raise upwards of $100,000.

See sample of pro-life Super Bowl ads that have already run on TV stations in Iowa, Nebraska, Illinois, MN, Missouri, Boston, New Hampshire, and Maine at

Terry for President fights fire with fire: Terry campaign responds to The Abortion Gang, and raises money to run graphic pro-life TV ads during Super Bowl in 40 cities; Campaign uses outrage of "The Abortion Gang" against Tim Tebow to raise funds.

Background: On December 13, 2011, Sofia Brugato, a blogger for The Abortion Gang called on her fellow supporters of child killing to "donate $5 or $10 to your local pro-choice organization" every time Tim Tebow scored a touchdown. She said she would consider continuing her fundraising for killing babies if Tebow led the Broncos to the play-offs.

Sophia Brugato plainly admits the source of her animosity for Tim Tebow: 1) it is his and his family's faith in Jesus, and 2) the pro-life Super Bowl ad the Tebows and Focus on the Family ran on the Super Bowl in 2010.

Eight days later (Dec. 21), she boasted on line of helping pay for "Delores" to kill her 21 week gestation baby with contributions given to an organization that funds the murder of the innocent.

Terry for President has begun raising money to run ads during the Super Bowl - or in the pre-game or post game show - in the 40 cities where Mr. Terry will be on the ballot against President Obama in Democrat Primaries or Caucuses.

The first ad of 40 was purchased on Friday, January 6. (City TBA next week.)

For point of clarity: These ads will run on local markets during the Super Bowl. This is NOT a 2.5 million dollar ad that runs in all 50 states. NBC would not be required by law to run such an ad, because most states' primaries and caucuses do not fall within the 45 day window which requires a station to run the ad of a federal candidate.

The 40 cities being targeted by Terry for President are listed in the fund-raising letter sent out by the Terry Campaign.

Did You Know That The Abortion Gang is Raising Money in Tim Tebow's Name to Kill Babies?

Let's use a Pro-Life 2012 Super Bowl Ad to show MILLIONS OF AMERICANS What The Abortion Gang Does: It Murders Babies.

Let's Make The Abortion Gang RUE THE DAY They used Tim Tebow's faith in Christ to Raise Money for Murder.

See entire fundraising letter at the link below; link includes 40 cities.

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