MEDIA BIAS - NBC rejects pro-life Superbowl ad

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There is nothing objectionable in this positive, life-affirming advertisement. We show a beautiful ultrasound, something NBC’s parent company GE has done for years," Burch said.

"We congratulate Barack Obama on becoming the first African-American President. And we simply ask people to imagine the potential of every human life," he told

More of above, HERE .

Of course, let's not be surprised by the overtly sexual advertising we will see on Superbowl Sunday...a necessary ingredient to FEED the abortion machine!

Send your complaints about the rejection of the ad to Victoria Morgan, Vice President, Advertising Standards, NBC Universal, 30 Rockefeller Plaza, 1825 E. New York, NY 10112. Call (212) 664-4267 or fax (212) 664-6366 or email

Come folks, take a minute to send an email. Be heard, an email is easier than marching and holding a sign. WHATSOEVER YOU DO TO THE LEAST OF MY BRETHERN, YOU DO UNTO ME.

(letter you can copy in combox)


+JMJ+ said...

Just copy this, if you don't have a lot of time....

Vice President, Advertising Standards, NBC

Dear Ms. Morgan,

It is upsetting that you will allow a host of sexually charged commercials to air during the superbowl and yet this heartwarming ad celebrating our first African American President and human potential is rejected!

Shame on you.

Media bias undercuts NBC's integrity, what little we were hoping was left...

I'd be more loyal to a network that had moral guts.

NBC's response, , is all over the blogs and in email boxes everywhere....and it disappoints!


Jenny said...

Thank you Allison!

Therese said...

This media bias really angers me...Sending my letter shortly!

Nadja Magdalena said...

My email is sent.

Ruth said...

Done! Thanks for sharing this.

Arley said...

I have also just sent my own email. I can't help but feel a bit angered by the fact that although the video is Pro-Life and it is a wonderful message, our first African American President is against the very message the video is trying support. Kind of makes you think....God Bless!

Sarah D said...

Thanks for informing us and for providing a form letter. :-) I just sent mine! And I will pass this on to others ...

Kathy said...

Thanks for posting this and for the letter. I will post a link to it from my blog.
It is a hard lesson for my family to make a stand by not watching the super bowl, but one they will realize is actually easy later in life - I hope!
God bless you.

Wendy in VA said...

Thank you, Allison!

I added this to my letter, in case anyone is interested:

And if you think our loyalty doesn't count for much, you need to do the math. We have 4 children so far, and we are raising them to value life. Many of our friends have 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, or more children -- also being raised to value life.

That's a lot of potential viewers you're alienating.

How many children do pro-choice couples have? One, maybe 2 at the most -- if any.

You're encouraging the eventual demise of your own audience. Let us know how that works out for you.

+JMJ+ said...

You hit the nail on the head, Wendy! BRAVO!

Thanks everyone for walking the walk...Bloggers care!

+JMJ+ said...

Hi Arley, very nice to meet you!

I keep trying to visit your blog and it opens but a screen soon pops up saying I can't access it???

Laura O said...

It is rather interesting how they can reject an ad like this one, but then allow ones that make fun of or belittle people for the sake of a laugh. Just another sign that our country's morals have gone by the wayside. Not that there aren't citizens with morals, just that as a whole we've lost them.

Thanks for the suggestions on the email. I'll be sending mine shortly!

Anonymous said...

I saw this yesterday too and was very sad about it. Not surprised in the least, but sad.

Gail said...

I also sent an e-mail to NBC. It's sad that the network isn't open to a Pro-Life message.

Melissa from MN said...

Thank you for these links. I send my email and added this:

"You would think that anyone willing to pay for a spot would be welcomed - more change for your pockets. Instead you choose to fill daytime tv watched by adults AND children with sexually and immorally tainted ads about beer and cars… You say that you have limitations on the amount of sexual suggestion allowed - but as my dad always said:

'If I put a little poop in your brownies, would you still eat them? They look good and after all, it’s just a little bit of poop. You won’t even notice. What, no? Why - because something tainted with crap is just as bad as something that’s completely crap.'

Considering that according to the news, you still have spots open, you should strongly reconsider adding the ad for those of us watching who want to see something wholesome for once."

regan said...

allison, you are such a champion for the really inspire me to speak out more...thanks for this. my oldest son and i were talking about this today, evidently some of his friends were talking about it on facebook and he was concerned.
God bless you and happy saturday!

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