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“He lies” writes Child about Dad in essay – her reason why will bring you to tears

Posted in Video with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on February 10, 2015 by saynsumthn

A charming MetLife commercial advertises the fact that a child is worth sacrificing for.

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A child’s future is worth every sacrifice,” reads message at the end of the commercial.

This is a very true statement for reasons other than financial reasons. As pro-lifers we realize that many parents sacrifice for their children even before they are born.

The MetLife commercial was created in the Hong Kong market and begins with a little girl reading a paper she wrote about her dad for an essay contest.

Essay Contest Dad lies

Daddy is the sweetest daddy in the world,” the paper begins.

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She hands the paper to her father who reads it as he walks her to school.

Daddy is the most handsome, the smartest,” the letter says.

She continues, “the most clever, the kindest, he is my superman.”

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Then….the letter takes a strange turn.

Daddy wants me to do well at school. Daddy is just great…but…he lies,” the little girl wrote in the paper.

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Stunned by this statement, the dad looks at the paper sternly.

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He lies about having a job,” she writes.

He lies about having money. He lies, that he’s not tired.”

He lies that hes not hungry

He lies, that he’s not hungry.”

He lies that we have everything.”

He lies, about his happiness.”

He lies, because of me.”

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I do not know about you- but- tears are rolling down my cheeks. What a precious message about a father and daughter.

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The look at the dad’s face as he finishes the letter and embraces his daughter is priceless:

Dad and daughter embrace

Watch here- grab a Kleenex:

Wendy Davis Abortion Insider even after death of Black Woman

Posted in Texas Abortion, Wendy Davis with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on September 29, 2014 by saynsumthn

Wendy Davis Poster

Wendy Davis, is calling Greg Abbott an insider in a new commercial attacking her Texas Gubernatorial opposition. The ad accuses Abbott of using his office to support a hospital that was sued.

But, Davis, nicknamed “Abortion Barbie” has her own INSIDER connections since she receives financial and other support from an organization sued by the family of a Black woman who was killed under their care.

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The new Davis attack ad released last week reads, “He was a Texas surgeon performing operations while reportedly using cocaine. Two patients died others were paralyzed. Doctors spoke out but the hospital did nothing to stop him. Families and victims sued the hospital. Then weeks after accepting a quarter million dollar campaign contributions from the hospital’s chairman Greg Abbott got involved using his office to go to court against the victims. Greg Abbott another insider not working for you.”

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Whatever your views on the two candidates, one thing is for sure, Wendy Davis is being a bit hypocritical. You see, she has received campaign contributions herself from an organization which was sued after a woman was killed under their care.

The victim was a 24 year-old black women. The organization was Planned Parenthood.

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Planned Parenthood’s care was so negligent that they were named in a lawsuit and were ordered to pay $2,000,000.00 to the family of the victim.

Death details:

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July 20, 2012, 24-year-old Tonya Reaves went to Planned Parenthood thinking she would obtain a “safe and legal” abortion.

According to the group, Life Dynamics,” The Planned Parenthood abortionist ripped a hole in Ms. Reaves’ uterus and she began to hemorrhage. It is also known that the Planned Parenthood staff let Tonya lie there for over five hours before they sought emergency care for her. Of course, by then it was too late. She had lost approximately 30 percent of her body’s total blood volume.

It is now undeniable that Planned Parenthood saw Tonya as less important than the public relations hit they would take from her being hauled out of their facility on a stretcher. And so, for more than 5 hours, they were willing to let her bleed in order to protect their political and financial agendas.

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Tonya’s death was so negligent that her family was awarded millions of dollars – yet- Wendy Davis praises Planned Parenthood.

Of course, Tonya Reaves was not the only death Planned Parenthood has been responsible for. There are more. ( Here and Here.

Wendy Davis travels Texas with Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards

Wendy Davis travels Texas with Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards

Wendy Davis was launched into the political scene with the help of Planned Parenthood. The abortion giant crisscrossed Texas to speak out for Davis and her views supporting abortion.

Wendy Davis’ campaign is also financially supported by Planned Parenthood ( See here)

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(Note: The images above were cut and pasted to show mainly donations made by Planned Parenthood to Wendy Davis)

In 2013 – Planned Parenthood employees also contributed heavily – see here.

And Planned Parenthood Physicians Melissa Benavides of the Christus Santa Rosa Planned Parenthood , Jill Meadows of Planned Parenthood Of The Heartland, and Junda Woo Medical Director of Planned Parenthood Trust of South Texas also contributed to Wendy Davis.

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In addition, Planned Parenthood’s president Cecile Richards gave Wendy Davis $1000.00 in political contributions:

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Davis has actually been financially supported by many within the abortion industry even though abortions have killed or maimed many women in the country ( see here.)

Wendy Davis has plans to repay the support she is receiving from the abortion lobby. Just like she accuses Abbott of doing- Davis has vowed to remove regulations from abortion and Planned Parenthood clinics so they can continue to to hurt women and make a profit doing so.

Isn’t it time to call Wendy Davis out on her own hypocrisy?

Tell Wendy Davis to stop being both a Hypocrite and an Insider and reject money and campaign help from Planned Parenthood and the abortion industry- tell her to return the funding she has received!

Super Bowl ad with John 3:16 rejected by Fox Sports , local minister is outraged !

Posted in Anti-Christian Bigotry, Christian, Church, persecution, Religion with tags , , , , , , , , on February 3, 2011 by saynsumthn

Report by the Ft. Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel :

The 30-second commercial shows football fans in a living room cheering wildly for a quarterback sack. Cut to a close-up of a player’s face. In the black smudge under his eyes it says, “John 3:16.”

The viewer is then directed to the website http://www.lookup316.com.

That’s it. Someone unfamiliar with the Christian Bible might not even get the reference.

The John 3:16 commercial was produced by Fixed Point, a Birmingham, Ala., religious advocacy group, which wanted it aired on Fox Sports during the Super Bowl this Sunday. The Super Bowl broadcast begins at 6:30 p.m. on Fox.

Fox turned down the ad because it contained “religious doctrine,” which is against their policy, said a Fox spokesman.

Fixed Point founder Larry Taunton is taking the rejection in stride, being mobbed by reporters since he put out a press release about what happened. John 3:16 was the lead religion item on HuffingtonPost.com on Monday.

For Christians, John 3:16 contains the essence of their faith: “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.”

The verse also has been a part of broadcast sports since the mid-1970s. That was when rainbow-wigged Rollen Stewart became a minor celebrity for holding up a card with “John 3:16” on it in the end zone at football games and other major sporting events.

In recent years, others in the stands have held up the John 3:16 sign, but its most famous adherent is Tim Tebow, the University of Florida’s former star quarterback, who wrote Bible verses in his eye black.

The idea came to Fixed Point founder Larry Taunton during last year’s Super Bowl, when he asked himself, “If I had 30 seconds, what would I say to 106 million people?”

The day after last year’s Super Bowl, Taunton called Fox Sports.

“They said they probably wouldn’t air something like that, but they were intrigued and were willing to look at our story boards,” Taunton said.

Two months after receiving the story boards, Fox rejected the ad.

Taunton spent Monday and Tuesday being interviewed by reporters, mostly from religious publications.

“If we can achieve the same cultural dialogue this way, so be it,” Taunton said.

Fixed Point then bought two local TV spots during the Super Bowl in Birmingham and a few other cities. They will not be aired in the South Florida market.

When Boca Raton minister Mark Boykin heard about the rejected ad, he was offended.

“They call themselves ‘fair and balanced.’ They say, ‘We are a Christian nation.’ That’s their mantra,” said Boykin, who heads the Church of All Nations in Boca Raton. “If you’re going to have that moniker, you’d better stand behind it.”

Instead of turning the other cheek, Boykin went on offense.

He launched a letter-writing campaign on Tuesday after he heard that Fox had refused to air the John 3:16 commercial. The same Fox network that turned down the John 3:16 commercial allowed celebrities to use the F-word and the S-word — unbleeped — at the 2002 and 2003 broadcasts of the Billboard Music Awards show, which was watched by more than a million young people, Boykin said.

“I don’t see how we can give them a free pass on this,” Boykin said. “They’re counting on Christians being reticent and docile, but this one we are not going to let go.”

Since advertisers compete to produce Super Bowl ads that get people talking, Taunton said it is possible that the John 3:16 ad just wasn’t racy enough.

“Maybe if we had a girl in a bikini holding up a John 3:16 sign in one hand and a beer in the other, they would like it,” he said, laughing.

MSNBC ad quotes Declaration of Independence and leaves out “Creator” promotes gay marriage

Posted in homosexuality, Media Bias with tags , , , , , , , on November 29, 2010 by saynsumthn

Pay special attention- this ad deliberately leaves out the word: Creator and then inserts images of gay marriage- h-m-m-m- is there an agenda here?

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Super Bowl Commercial Brings Different Focus to Tebow

Posted in NFL, Pro-Life with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on January 20, 2010 by saynsumthn

Tim Tebow is already far more famous than Kurt Warner.

In fact, let’s be clear, the moment he is drafted Tim Tebow will be the athlete most famous for his religion since Cassius Clay became Muhammad Ali.

And suddenly multicultural America, with a variety of religious beliefs, will come face-to-face with a man whose strict adherence to a muscular form of Christianity, despite his personal charisma, isn’t all warm and fuzzy. Especially when that statement of religious values comes not at the close of a game in a short on-field interview, but in a contest that the athlete is not even competing in. Focus on the Family, the right wing non-profit funding Tebow’s ad, isn’t a middle-of-the-road religious organization. Tebow’s Super Bowl ad, for instance, will embrace a pro-life stance, which is the position of Focus on the Family, but something that half of America will disagree with.

Will that stance be controversial?

Certainly it will in many cities across the length and width of our country. And certainly it will be for many sports fans who sit down to watch the Super Bowl as an escape from the more serious issues facing our society. We come to watch football and funny ads, not be convinced that our view on abortion is wrong or right.

But opposing abortion isn’t the most controversial of Focus on the Family’s stances. The organization also opposes all forms of gambling, the theory of evolution — preferring intelligent design — premarital sex, and the so-called “homosexual agenda.”

How many fans watching the Super Bowl will be able to raise their hand and assert that they’ve never gambled or had premarital sex or supported the theory of evolution? (Heck, some may do all three during the telecast.)

Not many.

All of these issues are incredibly controversial with well-meaning people embracing beliefs on both sides. By appearing in an ad on behalf of Focus on the Family, Tebow provides an endorsement for these other beliefs as well. So far Tim Tebow’s own personal charisma has served to mask some of the intolerance associated with his own religious beliefs. By taking an avowed stand against abortion on the same day America celebrates the greatest sporting day on the calendar, Tim Tebow is taking a huge risk and stepping into a new arena.

He’s no longer America’s golden Christian amateur.

He’s a paid professional.

And for many, that’s going to make all the difference.

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Norma McCorvey – Roe in the Roe V Wade abortion case, rejects abortion

Posted in Abortion, Constitution, Supreme Court with tags , , , , on October 5, 2009 by saynsumthn

50 Million Dead Babies: Roe rejects abortion:

Why were we born ? For whom do we live? A touching commercial.

Posted in Children, Pro-Life with tags , , , , , , , , , on October 2, 2009 by saynsumthn


Get your handkerchief out for this one – the story is short but very powerful

Here’s another one that is good: Children See, Children Do !