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08/12/2010

Walker's stay order: Turns 'culture wars' into nuclear ones, apparently

by Jeremy Hooper

And the first anti-LGBT reactions to Judge Walker's stay order come in via "OneMan.OneWoman," the public Facebook page that the National Organization for Marriage lists as their official F'book home:

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[One Man, One Woman] (*Note about privacy: This F'book wall is 100% public. Meaning one need not
even be an F'book member to see it. Those are the only kind we choose to post
)

Wait, do "hide out in closets" or do we "target" and "brainwash"? Because they do seem conflicting.

In this case, we actually hope it's closets. Nuclear warhead-proof ones, in fact.

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**UPDATE: The "One Man, One Woman" peeps deleted the entire comments thread and replaced it with a new one. Telling, huh?

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