The commercial is being challenged by NOW and other pro-abortion groups. They have made the claim that the ad is "anti-choice" and are asking for the commercial to not be aired by CBS.
Let us examine this charge for a minute. If someone decides to choose life for their baby, thus exercising a choice, they are now "anti-choice" because they think their choice it was a good one and one they recommend to others??? Not only that, but they are also pushing a hateful agenda on America and should be ashamed of themselves? This is how low we have sunk, that saying having a baby is hateful?
Here are some other comments from the NOW president:
NOW President Terry O'Neil told the Associated Press that the planned ad is "extraordinarily offensive and demeaning."In other words - the only non-offensive way to express a choice is to agree with abortion being the greatest good. It is offensive to think your opinion is better than others, unless your opinion agrees with the president of NOW. Hypocrisy!
"That's not being respectful of other people's lives," O'Neill said. "It is offensive to hold one way out as being a superior way over everybody else's."
If you want to get even more off the reservation comments on this subject then you should read about Joy Behar's remarks and Carl Olson's take on this subject.