NOM launches 'Wrong' and 'Right' sites; both wrong, both far-right
In its ongoing quest to muck up the Internet with as many misappropriated URLs as possible, the National Organization For Marriage has launched two new sites. The first, WrongOnMarriage.com, builds on NOM's new Ron Paul attack ads, branding the suddenly viable candidate as wrong for not kowtowing to NOM's full agenda:
The other, which can be accessed at both RightonMarriage.com and MarriagePledge.com, exalts the five who have signed on to NOM's multi-faceted attack on equality:
In a perfect world, Americans would rise up and make StayTheHellOutOfMyMarriage.com as popular as Facebook, sending a definitive message to the NOM crowd that they no longer get to use their own faith-based whims to determine who among the citizenry has a "right" or "wrong" union. But for now, we live in a highly imperfect, "culture war"-stained America.
We are better than this. Or at least we could be.
*Interesting aside: NOM's still using the highly Catholic media team that I pinpointed earlier this year:
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