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02/07/2012

NOM's star lawyer comes out for Mitt

by Jeremy Hooper

James Bopp, Jr. is the National Organization For Marriage's current legal counsel. Other past and current clients include such anti-LGBT stalwarts as Focus on the Family, Christian Broadcasting Network, Traditional Values Coalition, the Christian Coalition, Christian Life Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, and Concerned Women of America.

Mitt Romney is his guy:

CONSERVATIVE LEADER JAMES BOPP, JR. ENDORSES MITT ROMNEY [MittRomney.com]

But yeah, you should probably just go ahead and trust that Mitt's a moderate who will appoint an Attorney General and nominate SCOTUS picks who are fair and balanced on our issues. Mmm hmmm -- really you should.

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