Superbowl Ad Rejected by NBC what the... Reason? “Too controversial.” Hmm… What do you think? – – – – – – My favorite of the night. Share this:TweetMoreEmailShare on Tumblr Tagged: Superbowl Ads Pepsi Share Tweet +1 Share Pin
Yeah very Controversial!!! probably because many of the other supporters of the NFL or maybe even the NFL support Planned Parent Hood!…..So unfortunate Would have been a great message!!!
I thought the GoDaddy ads were much more controversial for this father of 3.
Ben: those we just awful! I wish people would boycott those!! it would be awesome if those weren’t allowed to be aired.
And Sorry for the double response…having trouble with connection!
That definitely would’ve provided more water cooler talk than the talking babies (I don’t even remember what they were talking about because I was fixated on how creepy talking babies are) or talking flowers. I know the Super Bowl is supposed to be entertaining and all but would it hurt that much to take some time to think?
This could go VIRAL then it would be just as effective as if it played in the SuperBowl. I’m gonna post it on my blog too :)
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Controversial yes….why? Personally I think one reason it did not make it is because people that are pro abortion do not like to be reminded that the little image on the sonogram does become a person. It is hard to imagine a person in that black and white blurry sonogram, especially in the early months…
I saw this right after the inauguration and knew where the commercial was going but to be honest it changed my thinking in some ways… it is one of the most powerful things on abortion I have seen in a long time.
WOW! I am actually speechless about that first one. i didn’t think that level of pandering was even possible. As for the second one really? Will. I. Am being equated to Bob Dylan? Really? I don’t buy the comparison at all.
I don’t see anything wrong with it. Then again I don’t disagree with it.
Hey no weight in this week?
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