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10/24/2011

Photo: A mutant strain of NOM misrepresentation

by Jeremy Hooper

In order to beef up the reliably poor attendance evidenced by their own rally photos, the National Organization For Marriage adorns its newly-launched New Hampshire for Marriage site with a collage featuring a small photo from their own effort combined with an unidentified shot of a sweepingly large crowd:

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Now, being a NOM geek, I knew right away that the bottom right shot was bogus. And being on to their typically duplicitous games, I know that this organization will go quite far in the effort to put one over on America. But quite frankly, even I'm shocked by how far this one goes:

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Yes, that's right: They lifted a Reuters photo. From another state. From more than three years ago. Featuring a man who stands against NOM's agenda in most every way possible.

Seriously -- who does that?!

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**UPDATE: PART TWO

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