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07/01/2011

Audio: NOM's Jennifer Roback Morse is 'hopping mad'; hops right around inconvenient truths

by Jeremy Hooper

Jennifer Roback Morse, head of the National Organization For Marriage's youth-centered project The Ruth Institute, thinks New York is out of step with the future (3:00), finds Gov. Cuomo "revolting" (5:23), thinks pro-equality Catholics like Cuomo should "either repent of their behavior" or be excommunicated (12:15), finds homosexuality "not only pointless but harmful" (14:33), and thinks the anti-equality side is the "real, genuine rainbow coalition" that holds the civil rights cards in this fight (15:45). Enjoy:


*AUDIO SOURCE: Issues Etc. via The Ruth Institute [Ruth Institute Podcasts]

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