The Best Super Bowl Ad that NBC Won’t Air

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About Danny Slavich

I am a Christian husband, father, pastor, and poet. I lead Pembroke Road Baptist Church a multi-cultural, multi-generational church in urban South Florida.
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7 Responses to The Best Super Bowl Ad that NBC Won’t Air

  1. tato says:

    wow, that advertisement is really, really well done.

  2. Dan says:

    I’d love to hear the back story. That’s a good add!

  3. dad says:

    I loved it!

  4. Lee says:

    The Family Research Council says this about the ad and the way it got pulled:

    The Washington Times is reporting today that NBC, in a disturbing show of censorship, has nixed a powerful pro-life ad slated to air on Super Bowl Sunday. The commercial, called “Imagine Spot 1,” was created by a Catholic group called Fidelis to drive home the potential of human life. After its run on Black Entertainment Television (BET), the spot is approaching a million YouTube hits. NBC justified the slight by saying that the ad was too political in nature. In reality, these 41 seconds do more to inspire than the hundreds of other Super Bowl ads that use sex and alcohol to wow viewers. It’s ironic that producers pull out the rule book when they want to police traditional values, but when their stars do something really out-of-bounds the networks swallow their whistle. If you’d like to complain about the double standard, contact NBC’s comment line directly at 212-664-2333. In the meantime, please watch the video for yourself and pass it on to your family and friends. You can find it on YouTube [or just look above…].

  5. schreinerpatrick says:

    cool video danny

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