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BMW has new print and television ads out giving almost graphic examples of the consequences of texting and driving. From AOL, June 29:

[T]he “DON’T TXT AND DRIVE” commercial juxtaposes the overprotective parent with the negligent act of texting at the wheel. Vignettes appear on the screen of a father bathing his child (wearing swimmies so he won’t drown) and a mother lathering sanitizer all over her child’s hands and arms. And yet at least one of the parents gets behind the wheel with a child in the back seat and starts texting….

“Distracted driving of any kind, especially texting while driving, is an extremely dangerous activity that costs thousands of lives every year,” said [BMW North America CEO Jim] O’Donnell. “We developed this campaign to be impactful in hopes of evoking emotion and conveying the serious dangers of distracted driving and its potential consequences.”…

The U.S. Department of Transportation says nearly 5,500 people died in crashes in 2009 involving a distracted driver….

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The ad reminded me of American Life League’s “Planned Parenthood’s Bunnies”ad, disturbing and not leaving much to the imagination without being graphic…

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I thought of a pro-life alternative to the BMW ad, although it’s graphic: Scenes of couples about to engage in promiscuous sex – making out in a car, flirting in a bar – followed by an image of an aborted baby.

Can you think of a pro-life BMWesque ad showing a consequence of irresponsible sex?