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06/02/2010

Video: NOM was all like, 'hey, this guy supports equality.' This guy now like, 'yea -- and?!'

by Jeremy Hooper

Minnesota state senator John Marty (DFL-54) responds to the National Organization For Marriage's latest attack ad, in which he was personally singled out:

Plain and simple: NOM is pushing discrimination. It's not deep. Not astounding. But it's the easy, direct assessment that more should folks should come out and say.

But who's surprised that the senator would support peace, love, and basic fairness? Marty's bio says he went to St. Olaf College. If Rose Nylund taught us anything, it's that they bring up good hearts in those parts!

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