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12/08/2011

'Oh you shouldn't have,' says civil rights history

by Jeremy Hooper

Just in time for the holidays, the National Organization For Marriage's affiliate group, The Ruth Institute, is fundraising with items like this:

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[NOM's Ruth shop]

Which is actually kind of perfect, since reading the NOM/Ruth's daily work is enough to make anyone spit up!

Screen Shot 2011-12-08 At 8.57.00 AmOther items include a baby onesie, a travel mug, and a beach tote, which the organization sells under a "Cool Stuff to Buy" promise. But I'd be careful before buying any of them. After all, if the attached cause is any guide, the items are actually cool on their way to becoming ice cold, destined to be threadbare by Christmases not-so-distant future.

Don we now our gay apparel. Scoff us now at anti-gay everything.

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