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Anti-abortion activist Randall Terry launches 7-state television ad campaign depicting gruesome images

Anti-abortion activist Randall Terry launches 7-state television ad campaign depicting gruesome images

During the presidential primaries, anti-abortion activist Randall Terry ran for president on the Democratic ticket, not because he harbored any hope of winning, but because his political candidacy would allow him to take advantage of FCC rules so that he could air graphic anti-abortion ads.  Others have joined him for lesser political offices for the same purpose — to expose the public to gruesome anti-abortion advertising during prime time television.

In the latest blitz, ten pro-life candidates associated with Terry's ProLife Candidates Federal Campaign Committee will air graphic advertising from October 29 to November 6 in seven states: Florida, Virginia, Ohio, Iowa, Missouri, Colorado and Nevada. The ads, which Terry says "will graphically show victims of abortion and victims of Muslim aggression," will be shown during the morning, noon and evening news segments, football games and late night shows.

"No Christian – and no person of good will – can vote for Obama, knowing his slaughter of the unborn, and his assault on religious liberty," Terry declared in a press release announcing the ads. "Our goal is to bring down Obama using images of aborted babies."

One of the ads that will be running is titled, "Obama's Assault on Life and Liberty" (embedded below), narrated by Terry, who says:

President Obama has ordered all Christian institutions to pay for drugs that murder the unborn. This is an assault on life and liberty. Will we knuckle under, violate our consciences and become accomplices to Obama's immorality? If we vote for Obama, we empower him to attack the church and murder babies. Let's defend life and religious liberty and vote him out. I'm Randall Terry and I approve this message.

About D. Beeksma

One of the growing crowd of American "nones" herself, Deborah is a prolific writer who finds religion, spirituality and the impact of belief (and non-belief) on culture inspiring, fascinating and at times, disturbing. She hosts the God Discussion show and handles the site's technical work. Her education and background is in business, ecommerce and law.
  • suzanne

    There are no words to describe how sick this is. What a disgraceful and hateful human being this man is. He is a black mark on Christianity.

  • http://www.facebook.com/sara.osborne.146 Sara Osborne

    My kids saw this!!!!!!!!!!!!! My 4 and 13 year olds, you hear me???????????? It is MY CHOICE what I want to explain and expose them to. Not some whack job promoting his political agenda by using photos of dead babies!!!! And this is what passes as morality?

    • Deborah_B

      This has been a huge complaint of Terry's ads (and some other groups). Children should not have to be exposed to this type of thing.

  • grover hall

    Sick…sick…sick….

  • Area51Jerry

    Don't believe in having an abortion?….don't have one. Stay out of our lives.

  • Marco

    deplorable

  • Holly

    I can't believe what I just saw while I was watching my local newscast at 5:30 pm October 31, 2012! In what universe is it appropriate to air this ad at 5:30 in the evening! I have my grand children, five and six years old running through the living room before getting their bathes for bed and see dead fetuses on a commercial. I think the ad is completely inappropriate to air any time any where!

    • Deborah_B

      I agree with you, Holly, that airing these ads at such a time is inappropriate and intrusive on the lives of those with children who don't understand them. Other groups have been displaying signs on the streets and driving around outdoor eating areas with "mobile billboards."

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