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04/17/2011

Baker's dozin': NOM employee all like 'Huh? Whaa happened? Please tell me, for I'm but a mere layman..."

by Jeremy Hooper

Joshua Baker gave $50,000 to support Prop 8:

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SOURCE: [Rights Equal Rights]

At some point during or thereafter, Joshua Baker began working for the National Organization For Marriage:

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NOM Amicus Brief [Scribd]

So it's pretty funny to now see Joshua over on the old NOM Facebook page that Louis Marinelli created and then reclaimed, pretending like he's anything less than intimately familiar with the headline-grabbing scenario that went down:

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SOURCE: @LouisJMarinelli [TwitPic]

"Bait and switch," Joshua? More like Louis didn't ultimately take NOM's bait, so he switched on the light bulb of recognition. Just like more and more Americans are doing every day, in large part because of the overplayed hands of groups like one National Organization For Marriage.

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