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05/06/2009

Catching NOM in the act

by Jeremy Hooper

Well based on this ink that just popped up on our stats page, we know that the National Organization For Marriage sees our comments on their blog:

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So what happened after this appeared? Well, our comment went from "awaiting moderation" to completely deleted.

Yea, keep working those "gays silence opposition" claims, NOM. You're helping us more than you know!

*To be fair, they have now approved two of our comments. On this post, where it looks like they have now turned off comment moderation. But all of our old ones (including the one in this screencap) have been deleted.

**UPDATE: They actually seem to have no turned off all moderation, and so far are allowing all of our new comments to stay. We can't help but think we had something to do with that.

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Your thoughts

When you're in a cult mind-set where you're told to believe things that defy facts and reason, shutting down dissenting voices is the only way to remain in that mind-set.

It's like trying to convince Christians of the irrational nature of the bible. They just get angry and shut you down.

Posted by: Taylor Siluwé | May 6, 2009 11:04:26 AM

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