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02/16/2012

Brian Brown *CONDEMNS* NJ, continuing state's recent trend of broadcasting phony drama

by Jeremy Hooper

Move over, Snooki and Teresa Guidice: You've got a theatrical rival hoping to usurp your thrones:

"Democrats in the New Jersey Assembly today walked off a cliff when they decided to redefine marriage to accommodate the political demands of same-sex couples," said Brian Brown, NOM's president. "They have ensured themselves of the united opposition of people of faith when they next face voters. We are grateful to have a principled Governor in Chris Christie who has pledged to veto this legislation."
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"Redefining marriage is not going to happen in New Jersey," Brown said. "NOM will join with the community of faith and all conservatives to ensure that every legislator who voted to kick God's definition of marriage to the curb pays the ultimate political price when they face voters. We will not forget this betrayal of marriage
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National Organization for Marriage Condemns Legislative Passage of Same-Sex Marriage In New Jersey [NOM]

Personally, I wouldn't have used a suicide metaphor when talking about gay rights in New Jersey. But then again, I also wouldn't make a living standing in the way of people's deserved rights. So all bets = off, I guess.

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