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09/21/2011

NOM EXPOSED: Are we not people, Maggie?

by Jeremy Hooper
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Responding to Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley's stated support for marriage equality versus what she perceives to be his lack of support for "traditional marriage," NOM's Maggie Gallagher shared these thoughts with the conservative Daily Caller:

“It makes little sense to claim you care about educational failure, violence and poverty, and then say you don’t care about people getting and staying married,” countered Maggie Gallagher, founder of the National Organization for Marriage. Lack of support for traditional marriage, she said, “is the source of a huge part of these problems in Maryland.”

“It is sad the the only thing the governor wants to do for marriage is redefine it by cutting it off from its roots” in child-rearing, said Gallagher

[SOURCE: Daily Caller]

To which I ask…

KEEP READING: Are we not people, Maggie? [NOM Exposed]

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