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10/01/2010

'It's really tough being different,' says supporter of site aimed at treating gays differently

by Jeremy Hooper

Just more loving supporters of the the National Organization For Marriage's official Facebook page:

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[SOURCE]

Oh, NOMmers. Keep trafficking in the idea that the gay can be cured with a lozenge, and you might just have to find a pill to stop me from snorting!

Though considering the topic is a dead, persecuted human being and the reaction is reliably callous, NOM should probably be a little more concerned with how their staunchest allies treat this and other suicides, and not how he or she would theoretically treat gays.

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*REMEMBER: Just a few days ago, the official NOM F'book moderator replied "If the shoe fits" to a commenter who compared Obama to Hilter: NOM's official Facebook page: 'If [Hitler's] shoe fits' [G-A-Y]

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