Super Bowl 2009 & Ashley Madison Advertisement Promoting Infidelity sign now

Do you want the Super Bowl promoting infidelity by having AshleyMadison.com advertising in the their Program? I know I certainly don't! Join with me to send a message that this is absolutely NOT ACCEPTABLE!

This year for the first time adultery will be promoted with advertising space during a major sporting event, Super Bowl 2009. The motto for AshleyMadison.com is "Life Is Short, Have an Affair"...100\% guaranteed! Lets send a message to the Super Bowl Committee that they've crossed a line, that the public is NOT willing to help them promote such a painful and immoral practice.

Raymond James Stadium in Tampa bay seats up to 75,000 people...those people will unknowingly be purchasing a program that has advertising space bought and paid for by a website that is willing to help your husband/wife/boyfriend/girlfriend/fiancee cheat on YOU. If each person at the Super Bowl buys only one program and four people see it...that's 300,000 exposed to that ad, and that's a very shy estimate since programs will be passed around and more than one bought per person.

Do you want your loved one viewing an advertisment in this program that states that it's ok to cheat on you and not only do they want to help them do that to you, they encourage them to do it and they will guarantee 100\% they can help them do it to you. Enough is enough!!! It's bad enough that infidelity is portrayed as commonplace in the media today...now, thanks to Super Bowl 2009's desire for advertising bucks, it has managed to cross over to an event that many people view as a "family event".

Lets send the Super Bowl the message that this is NOT ACCEPTABLE! They are directly contradicting the NFL committment to reach out and help the community (families and children alike) by promoting something that destroys families and leaves children in broken homes.

Speak up...let them hear how you feel about this. I know that the Super Bowl will not be on in my home if they do not pull this advertisment. ESPN and Sports Illustrated have already turned AshleyMadison.com down, they showed good judgment when they came calling, tell the Super Bowl committee we expect the same from them. THIS IS NOT ACCEPTABLE! Pull the ad and show some integrity!

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