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11/04/2011

Audio: Because coal would've been too thoughtful: Maggie Gallagher says Prop 8 was birthed on Xmas Eve 2007

by Jeremy Hooper

In the following speech, given immediately after Prop 8's November 2008 passage, Maggie Gallagher details how it began, NOM's involvement, the deep Catholic root, and the day it all came together (Hint: The fifth verse of "Twelve Days of Christmas" wasn't NOM's primary golden-ring-focus on 12/24/07).

Learn your history:


[SOURCE: Love and Fidelity Network]

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*MORE: This highly Catholic organizational memo from early 2008 gives even more insight:

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