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03/08/2011

NOM routinely denies personal animus. Their commenters say otherwise

by Jeremy Hooper

Screen-Shot-2011-03-07-At-5.25.55-PmLast night, the National Organization For Marriage wrote a post that does nothing more than condemn the existence of the charming new children's book, My Uncle's Wedding:

After Gay Marriage: What Next? CA Senator honors children's book on SSM [NOM]

As someone who is an uncle and who has had a wedding with loving nephews involved, I took personal offense. For my marriage. For my family. For my people.

But forget me and forget even marriage. Because now, the organization's own commenters will bear out how much further than "protecting marriage" the NOM mindset really goes:

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[SOURCE]

My Uncle's a Diseased, Communist, Brainwasher? Go ahead an make that ad, NOM. We insist!

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