Longshot presidential candidate to put abortion in your face during Super Bowl
Prepare to be grossed out or have to walk your kids out of the room during Superbowl in some locales. Because “Bloody” (as in in Bloody graphic pictures of aborted fetus on anti-choice protest signs,) Randall Terry will be airing graphic ads that can’t be edited or rejected because he’s a presidential candidate. He’s really running his faux campaign to raise money for extremist groups like operation rescue whose hateful lies and agit prop becomes litany for murdering terrorist zealots like Scott Roeder.
Brugato sparked the firestorm when she asked her fellow supporters of abortion rights to kick some cash to the cause when the Denver Broncos quarterback scored. The long-shot presidential candidate now funding the Super Bowl ads was incensed she would invoke Tebow, an adoptee of the Christian right, in a pro-choice campaign and considered her column a call to murder.
“She was raising money to kill babies, and we’re raising money to save them. Fight fire with fire,” said lifelong Republican and anti-abortion activist Randall Terry, who in January 2011 put his name on the Democratic ticket in several states, which would insure he could air the graphic ads during election season.
Section 315 of the FCC Telecommunications Act says stations must air ads for candidates for federal office and are prohibited from altering the content. That means they can’t refuse to run political ads even if the ads contain material the stations would ordinarily reject.
Terry said Friday he had already purchased air time in 13 markets with upcoming primaries: eight during pregame and five that will air in Ada, Oklahoma; Grand Junction, Colorado; Paducah, Kentucky; and Joplin and Springfield, Missouri, during the big game.