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10/21/2011

NOM's Thomas Peters: Opposing marriage bans constitutes 'evil'; homosexuality 'hurts the human person'

by Jeremy Hooper

Since National Organization For Marriage president Brian Brown is insistent that we are going to "hear a lot more about [NOM employee Thomas Peters] in the coming weeks and months," it might be a good time to look back at what young Thomas put on record in the past. Here are just two comments that should give you even more insight into how Thomas, the "gays should be celibate"-emboldening, "ex-gay"-pushing, "fake Catholic"-branding, "lifestyle"-quipping NOM strategist and blog writer, will be stewarding the organization in the period of time laid out by his boss' prediction.

First up: Thomas invalidating Google's "don't be evil mantra," simply because the California-based company opposed the highly discriminatory Prop 8:

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Next up: This take on why schools should stand against LGBT organizations on campus:

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*SOURCE for both: [American Papist via Archive.org]

Not sure, but I think that sounds like it runs much deeper than just "protecting marriage." And I'm sure the voters in states like North Carolina, Minnesota, and Iowa would certainly see NOM in a different light, should the organization and its staffers be so honest when they work to influence those states' (and all other) races!

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