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10/03/2011

How long before NOM spins YouTube dislikes as 'defamation'?

by Jeremy Hooper

The National Organization For Marriage shows us why anti-equality social conservatives tend to turn off the rating system that accompanies all YouTube videos by default:

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By comparison, this video of a hamster "nomming" a bell pepper has a 96% favorable rating:

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And unlike the human beings targeted by the other NOM, the bell pepper doesn't have pain receptors, responsible government, or civil rights at stake.

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