Terry to show graphic anti-abortion ads to New Hampshire prime time television viewers
On December 29, 2011 At 6:21 am
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Randall Terry is running for president on the Democratic ticket, not because he harbors any hope of winning, but because it offers him an opportunity to run graphic anti-abortion ads on television.
Terry has announced that he will be airing such ads in New Hampshire during WBIN's statewide prime time television lineup, such as during the evening news and during shows such as Law and Order, 30 Rock and The Office. The 30-second ads calls on Catholic and evangelical voters to "defend unborn babies with their vote."
The ads will also run in Boston and in the state of Maine next month.
"While I might not be able to defeat Obama in this primary cycle, I could cause his defeat in the general election if enough Catholic and evangelicals who voted for him in 2008 refuse to vote for him in 2012 because of his shameless promotion of child-killing," Terry said. "The babies who have been dispatched into eternity by the abortionist's knife under Obama's policies deserve a voice in this election. My campaign provides that voice without apology."