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12/13/2011

Ruth Institute scrubs yet another nasty attack

by Jeremy Hooper

For the second time in the past thirty days, the Ruth Institute (a project of the National Organization For Marriage Education Fund) has had to yank an offensive blog post. Joe Jervis has the dirty details:

A Message From NOM [J.M.G.]

Ironically, the post that NOM's Ruth Institute initially adored until pro-equality reaction forced pragmatism to rule the day was all about how atheists are little cowards who can't hold a candle to brave Catholics (the faith of both NOM and Ruth). Guess that code of fortitude doesn't translate to HTML.

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