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03/17/2011

First look: NOM's soon-to-launch DefendDOMA site

by Jeremy Hooper

Well we told you it was coming. Now we can give you an advance peak of what the National Organization For Marriage's forthcoming DefendDOMA.com site will look like when it's launched:

Nom 2M4M Defenddoma Fb Icon 100-1

Isn't that clever? They've used their normal logo for the D and the O.

Though we're glad they left MA untouched. We just wish they'd use the same hands off approach when it comes to MA marriages.

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*SEE ALSO: A better effort:

@DefendDOMA

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