$10 for Tebow?

Denver Bronco’s quarterback Tim Tebow no doubt made a good amount of money (as well as publicity) for Focus on the Family when he starred in their controversial Super Bowl ad.

Now, the Abortion Gang is seeing if he can do the same for pro-choice organizations, by announcing a “$10 for Tebow” pledge this Sunday.

Via Fox News:

A blogger with a popular pro-abortion blog is urging readers to “support” vocally pro-life NFL quarterback Tim Tebow by donating to a pro-abortion group every time he scores a touchdown this Sunday against the New England Patriots.

“For every touchdown Tebow throws next week … donate $5 or $10 to your local pro-choice organization,” urges ‘Sophia’ of the Abortion Gang blog.

There’s only one little problem.  Tebow has a pretty abysmal touchdown record.  With only 10 scores in 10 games, it looks like the pro-choice groups won’t be making much money off of this anyway.

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  • doublejen

    My thoughts exactly, Robin! A donation each time New England takes him down might be more satisfying, too. :)

  • beenthere72

    Yep, considering that’s who I’ll be rooting for, I agree.

  • beenthere72

    So many pro-death comments to that fox news article.   Do these people not hear themselves?  So much ignorance too. 

  • wildthing

    If this is to be the model then we will have players crossing themselves, pointing toward Mecca, making voodoo signs, or meditating briefly between plays for equal time.. what a player does off the field and off camera is one thing but on field it is using the network advertising just like wearing a product logo… It is insensitive and violent in its forcing the religious issue on us and it implies the rest of the team is on your Gods side and also that your team has some form of God on its side versus the other one. It is essentailly trying to bring religious war onto the playing field. This is also what is happening in society and faith based initiatives is a giant patronage payoff progrm for privatizing governmental social programs into religious proselytizing and intimidation programs… We are creating the precusors to sectarian violence in our society as the sects as well as religions start competing for power over us.

  • wendy-banks

    Yep, I’d Like to tell Tebow to STFU. How totally unprofessional.

    I wish I could remember the quote from the bible about not praying in public, and to pray in a closet. Most fundies forget that one. Why is that Atheists know more about the bible than christians do?

  • crowepps

    Which is apparently using Christianity to sell booze, promiscious sex and expensive sports cars.

  • freetobe

    are so hate filled and ignorant but then thats what you get with Faux news.

    I think the GOP is too stupid to run a country so they pick on what they are good at -controlling anyone who walks, talks or thinks different than them. I know that is mean but unfortunately it is the truth.

    Who ever did this pledge was not really thinking either. If you want to raise funds at least use something that works. it does not sound like Tebow is much of a football player.

  • veggietart

    Oh, let the kid pray in public.  It won’t do a damned bit of good if he can’t play–but apparently, he’s improved his game.  How about $10 to Planned Parenthood if he throws a touchdown and $10 to a gay-rights group when he gets sacked?  The forces of good will win every time!