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Presidential Candidate Randall Terry Releases Graphic Anti-Abortion Ads

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By Bianca Coombs, Christian Post Contributor
December 28, 2011|4:26 pm

The Randall Terry campaign is set to release a series of graphic anti-abortion advertisements beginning in New Hampshire.

The ads, by Terry’s own admission, focus primarily on abortion as the major reason President Obama should not be reelected.

"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 in a statement to ChristianNewsWire.com

“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," Terry added.

In one ad, a series of gruesome images from slavery, child labor, and lynching is shown while a voice-over of Terry remarks that all of these historical killings have been outlawed while abortion is still legal. He then goes on to say that abortion is a holocaust in America and that “President Obama perpetuates this massacre.”

Terry calls on voters to open their eyes and “make child killing illegal.”

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Terry’s website, www.terryforpresident.com, is laden with images of unborn children.

 Another ad buy is set to air in the first week of January to New Hampshire voters. The ads are set to air in over 30 cities in New Hampshire during shows such as “The Office” and “30 Rock.”

Republican candidates have been releasing controversial ads which seem to target religious conservatives such as Rick Perry’s recent 31-second “Strong Iowa” ad campaign. In the ad, Perry stated that he is not ashamed to be a Christian and “you don’t need to be in a pew every Sunday to know that there’s something wrong in this country when gays can serve openly in the military but our kids can’t openly celebrate Christmas or pray in school.”

He also vowed to end Obama’s war on religion in the ad which subsequently became very popular on YouTube not long after its release.

 

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