First, a Super Bowl commercial break by Snickers

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In Round I of the liberal feminist rant against Focus on the Family, our counterparts set the women’s movement back 50 years by behaving hysterically and, as it turns out, without warrant, in advance reaction to the anemic pro-life ad starring Pam and Tim Tebow.
In Round II we see the feminists trying to distract the audience as they wipe the egg off their faces by displaying another stereotype, that they have absolutely no sense of humor and walk around with corncobs up their patooties….

Here are a few of liberal feminist Amanda Marcotte’s tweets after watching the ad, which in an attempt to lighten the topic, showed Tim tackling his Mom…
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Then there was this, from the Los Angeles Times:
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Some were still angry after the ad aired.
NOW president Terry O’Neill said the ad glorified violence against women. “I am blown away at the celebration of the violence against women in it,” she said. “That’s what comes across to me even more strongly than the anti-abortion message. I myself am a survivor of domestic violence, and I don’t find it charming. I think CBS should be ashamed of itself.”

Then a voice of reason (and more evidence of a strategical split in the feminist movement):

Not all abortion supporters agreed. “It’s absurd to claim that this is an endorsement of violence against women,” said Frances Kissling, former president of Catholics for Choice. “These people came across as affectionate, loving, funny and happy.”
But, Kissling said, Focus on the Family was lucky that abortion-rights groups made a stink. “If there had not been all of that publicity over the last 2 weeks, this ad could have passed almost unnoticed. Who would have known what they’re talking about? It’s so subtle.”

I wonder if feminists will also call for a boycott of Snickers.
[HT for LAT article: David Daleidon of]

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