http://money.cnn.com/2010/01/29/news/companies/mancrunch_ad_super_bowl/ According to this article, a gay dating website had it's super bowl ad spot removed. According to CBS, this was mostly due to finical reasons, the website says that it is based off discrimination. All television stations have some kind of social and political bais. I think it is clear that CBS leans slightly to the right (but not by much). Personally, I am actually glad that this will not be on the air. The add features two men watching football and then leads to them making out. I am sorry, but that is just a bit too much. Most people watching the superbowl would cringe at this (as this is seen as controversial), and would likely cause a firestorm to come back at CBS for showing the ad. If the ad were more tame, I would say it is fine, but it isn't apparently. Since gay dating is a hot button issue, it is going to garner alot of attention and controversy. I think that CBS was justified in nixing this ad. It just seems like showing the ad is rocking the boat far too much, just for the sake of doing it. Also, for the record (if you don't already know), I am gay, so don't think I am being discrimintory. Thoughts, opinions, discuss.