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10/07/2009

Stand For Marriage Maine doesn't want you to see this. That's exactly why you should

by Jeremy Hooper

Screen Shot 2009-10-07 At 9.13.33 Am-1As expected and predicted, Stand For Marriage Maine disabled the comments and ratings on their latest YouTube video, once they realized that they were all going in the one-star-rated, pro-equality direction. But fortunately (and humorously) one of our enterprising commenters, "remix", discovered that while SFMM can tuck the comments away, they can't fully remove them from public view! Click the link to see all of the firm but fair pushback that "yes on 1" doesn't want you to see:

Comment archive for so-called 'Safe Schools' ad [YT]

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That's kind of glorious, not gonna lie. I love it.

Posted by: Claire | Oct 10, 2009 7:05:51 PM

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