Super Bowl Is No Place for Tebow's Views

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Super Bowl Sunday is a chance for America to unite around football, parties and, better still, those ambitious and occasionally hilarious 30-second ads. This year, we'll see such creative masterpieces as E-Trade employing a new smart-aleck baby, Danica Patrick dressed as Marilyn Monroe for Go Daddy, Boost Mobile using the 1985 Bears for a Super Bowl Shuffle reunion, Intel going for "geek humor," Kia letting the Nickelodeon monster Muno drive a Sorrento to Las Vegas, Don Rickles returning as the voice in Teleflora's flowers-in-a-box ad, HomeAway Inc. bringing back the Griswolds for a Vacation spoof, Cheap Trick helping Audi with a cute environmental theme, Dr. Pepper hiring Gene Simmons for another KISS experience and ...

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