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10/13/2009

Video: Listen to your mama

by Jeremy Hooper

While some Catholic moms might be throwing extra money in the plate specifically to ban marriage equality in Maine, others are lending their resources to a more righteous cause:

Both a reminder that (a) no faith is a monolith, and that (b) you aren't the only one who can't get a word in edgewise once you get your mother/mother-in-law started! Another good ad from a fantastic campaign.

NO ON 1!

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It's like night vs. day, the difference between the "No on 1" ads and what "No on H8" proffered. And, I like what Maine is doing much better. And, even if the effort fails miserably, it can't be any worse than the California debacle.

Posted by: Dick Mills | Oct 13, 2009 1:14:41 AM

Agreed, agreed, agreed, Dick Mills!

Posted by: DN | Oct 13, 2009 9:54:33 AM

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