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09/01/2011

NOM EXPOSED: NOM sees good in ’60 Minutes’/'Vanity Fair’ poll; I see waning minutes of NOM’s vain war on fairness

by Jeremy Hooper

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On Tuesday, the National Organization For Marriage posted the following "60 Minutes"/Vanity Fair poll:

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[CBS News]

Alongside the poll, NOM wrote the presumptive line: "We're guessing the 'I don't knows' and 'no responses' are also opposed." So okay, let's consider that for a second.

KEEP READING: NOM sees good in ’60 Minutes’/'Vanity Fair’ poll; I see waning minutes of NOM’s vain war on fairness [NOM Exposed]

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