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09/24/2010

Video: 'Bill, bill, magazine, bill -- ooh look, my anti-civil rights Catholic propaganda DVD has arrived!'

by Jeremy Hooper

You know those DVDs that the Catholic church is sending around to Minnesota voters? Well the footage is now out on the web. And surprise, surprise -- it has the National Organization For Marriage's fingerprints all over it, prominently featuring both NOM founding chairman Robert George and NOM spokesperson Maggie Gallagher (speaking to a crowd of Catholic figures)!

Without further ado:


Hey Bishop Nienstedt: Saying it's not a condemnation doesn't make it so!

Hey NOM: Stop denying your inextricable Catholic ties!

Hey Catholic Church: You. don't. own. marriage!

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**Oh, and Damon Owens is also a NOM figure. he seems to have left the org. in an official capacity, but he still works closely with them.

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