If you’ve been reading this blog for any length of time, you know I’m a huge Georgia Bulldogs fan. As such, I was pretty happy to see Florida lose to Alabama in the SEC Championship game. I was even slightly glad to see Tim Tebow cry when the game ended. But I got over it and even got upset at the people who rode that horse for weeks; because despite putting the hurt on Georgia three of his four years at Florida, Tim is a class act and an overall really nice guy. I wouldn’t be surprised if, when he gets to the NFL, he gets a reputation along the lines of Doug Floutie or Darrell Green, who are considered to be among the nicest, most consciencious guys to ever don the uniform.
So, in case you missed it, here’s Tim Tebow & Mom’s Super Bowl Ad:
Yeah, that was worth all the shouting and harranging by the National Organization for Women (the same organization that supported Bill Clinton in defending his sexual harrassment lawsuit). This and other “women’s” groups and “pro-choice” groups spent many hours in the weeks preceding the Super Bowl denouncing the ad as “inappropriate” for the venue, “anti-choice” and “anti-women.”
I’ve been wanting to say all this ever since I saw the ad last night, but amazingly enough, a pro-choice liberal has already said it all for me. She said it almost a week before the ad aired, and there is very little I could add to the conversation that would be at all helpful. But I’ll still try.
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