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01/02/2012

Why is NH's top 'protect marriage' group so protective of one particular marriage?

by Jeremy Hooper

New Hampshire's Cornerstone Policy Research group did something kind of weird today. Just weeks after announcing new Executive Director Wendy Warcholik, the rabidly anti-LGBT org. touted a new Senior Policy VP in press releases, e-blasts, and social media hits:

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But one major thing they failed to mention? That Moody -- who seems to now be in the #2 slot at the org, judging by the attention they gave this announcement -- is actually married to the aforementioned Warcholik:

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So basically, this organization is now being spearheaded by one household. One "traditional marriage" that is trying to take away same-sex marriage rights for all generations to come. Not that you'd ever know it from the press quotes.

Now, of course it's not off limits for a husband/wife team to lead a state "pro-family" group. It's just a little bizarre that they, the org. that constantly reminds us of the supposed sanctity of male/female marriage, left out this point when it comes to their own house. As a married man, I can't imagine doing the same.

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