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10/12/2011

Photo: Standing in a NH parking lot, vowing to put brakes on benign peace

by Jeremy Hooper

A tipster on scene in New Hampshire passed along this photo of the National Organization For Marriage's Chris Plante speaking at the Family Research Council's so-called "Values Bus" rally in Concord:

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I'm told Plante's speech was all about NOM and Company's plan to roll back the currently-legal same-sex marriages that have brought joy and increased equality to many of the state's residents at the expense of no one. So you know: A typical Wednesday for a NOM employee.

Oh, and I'm also told that only about twenty people were in attendance, including those on staff with FRC and related orgs. So you know: An increasingly typical rally for the "protect marriage" movement.

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*REMINDER: This is the same Chris PLante who says gay parents treat their kids like accessories "you put in your purse":

Also someone who likens gay parents to "tragic" dead parents:

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