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09/22/2010

*WARNING: No civil rights legacies were ably examined in the making of this ad

by Jeremy Hooper

Right, and MLK is of course included because oh his famous speech, "I have a dream that a majority of citizens will vote on all of the crucial minority rights and protections for which I'm fighting, even though gays forty some odd years from now will hold more popular support than African-Americans currently do." You all remember that one, don't you? It was made hours after the '63 March on Washington, in this obscure little Georgetown tavern called The Cold Recesses of NOM's Imagination.

They serve good beer fear, that tavern.

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*Oh, and if NOM wants to keep prattling on about Americans' right to vote, then they should probably stop pulling their scare footage from the UK General Election of June 2001:

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*SOURCE: Thought Equity Motion

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