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05/25/2011

NY's leading anti-equality group: Where discourse goes to die

by Jeremy Hooper

Check out the second comment:

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And check how the scrubbed Facebook wall now looks:

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I mean, really -- is there grasp on credible push back so tenuous that they can't even let an opposition voice express the most basic counter opinion? The opinion, we should add, that most every poll shows to be the majority opinion in NY state?

Why the fear, NYFRF? Don't you realize that this sort of behavior only makes you look worse, ultimately?

Break

*EARLIER: New York's organized opposition: Defending sanctity of preconceived monologues [G-A-Y]
Dear comment-deleters at the New Yorker's Family Research Foundation: [G-A-Y]

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