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04/27/2011

Is NOM really this obtuse?

by Jeremy Hooper

Check out how America's most prominent house of marital discrimination is phrasing Joe Solmonese's comments about basic nondiscrimination:

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Uhm, did Joe say anything about marriage in regards to education? He talked about the general lack of right to "discriminate against certain groups of people." Does NOM really have a problem with that kind of thing being encouraged in public school (as it often is and should be, regardless of state/federal marriage law)?

Or perhaps the real question: Has NOM gotten so wrapped up in the policy of using "gay marriage" as a stand-in for when they really mean general LGBT antipathy that they no longer even recognize the difference?

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