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01/28/2011

Brian Brown: 'I haven't actually seen the film, but...'

by Jeremy Hooper

Everything you need to know about the National Organization For Marriage can really be summed up by this, the first quarter of Brian Brown's latest e-blast:

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"Haven't actually seen the film but..." But I'll still criticize the flick. But I'll still frame my entire message around this movie that I admittedly haven't seen. But I'll still make a graphic that flips the movie's title (with an obvious intent of extending the "not all right" concept to all children of gays and lesbians). But I'll still let my preconceived script tell the story rather than see what the actual script says. But I'll still capitalize on the film for my own political gains.

Because why see a film when you can just let others tell you what it's all about? Why see a human population for the rich, diverse part of society that they are, when you can just let others tell you that they're a radical monolith out to destroy marriage and family as we know it?

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