Skip to comments.The... Single... Most... POWERFUL...Pro-Life Ad...EVER
Posted on 10/13/2012 4:30:55 AM PDT by don-o
A new SuperPac called Women Speak Out, affiliated with the Susan B. Anthony List (both organizations are deserving of support), released yesterday the single most powerful pro-life ad I've ever seen. Watch it here. The ad is slated to run in the Hampton Roads, VA area, to start with. In my humble opinion, it needs to run in selected places nationwide (and surely will do so if the funds are forthcoming).
(Excerpt) Read more at spectator.org ...
Great ad. The truth is a powerful weapon.
Awesome. Should be placed everywhere, especially in muslim countries. That’ll give the o’bidens a little headache.
There’s other audio out there where Obama says such babies should be allowed t die because they’d be “legally incomvenient”. That’s one cold hearted bastard.http://www.jillstanek.com/2008/08/obama-caught-on-tape-arguing-against-giving-medical-attention-to-aborted-babies/
Amazing! Now wonder why we are be chastised as a nation.
Just a reminder who it is you are allowing to remain in office.
There has been a similar ad running in the Jacksonville Fl area for the past few weeks, mostly on Jeopardy. When I saw it the first time, I said to my wife I hope they run that ad 24/7 because he calls out his excellency for exactly what he is, an extremist on the issue with the evidence he voted 4 times in favor of partial birth abortions while in the senate in Ill.
I despise this creature with my entire being and hope he is removed from our highest political office forthwith.
It’s a good ad, but doesn’t go far enough. I think they should show someone carrying a naked newborn, dumping it on a heap of soiled linens and closing the door on it as it starts to cry ... that’s what happens.
This is another of the most powerful videos showing the heartbreak of abortion...
How far to go is a tricky proposition. Graphic images do have their place; but that place must be carefully considered.
We are dealing with a lot of seared consciences out there and bringing folks to a place where they can love their unborn brothers and sisters requires prudence and love.