The Women's Media Center, which had objected to Focus on the Family advertising in the Super Bowl, said it was expecting a "benign" ad but not the humor.
But the group's president, Jehmu Greene, said the tackle showed an undercurrent of violence against women.
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Answer by Anonymous at 10:40 AM on Feb. 8, 2010
I still see no reason for anyine to be upset about this commercial...I don't get it I guess
I am more upset that they refused a gay dating site commercial but allowed a registered sex offender to play the half time show???? DOn't get that either
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