Sunday, January 30, 2011

Randall Terry, Barack Obama and Super Bowl XLV

Move over Budweiser Clydesdales, Superbowl XLV will introduce the world to a new set of stars: aborted fetuses. That is, if Operation Rescue founder Randall Terry gets his way. The anti-abortion activist is mounting a primary challenge to President Barack Obama, a move he hopes will force FOX to air graphic anti-abortion ads during the Super Bowl. Federal Election Commission (FEC) rules require broadcasters to provide eligible candidates with uncensored ad time, according to ABC News. However, there is nothing on the FEC website to indicate that the ads must run during the Super Bowl.

In other words, you probably don't have to worry about the Black Eyed Pea's half time performance being followed directly by disturbing images of aborted fetuses. With this in mind, Randall Terry has posted the following prototype Super Bowl XLV ads on his new campaign website:

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