NOM Strategy, Exposed: Highly partisan org. 'sideswipes' first, asks questions later
In July 2009, with only six months of office under his belt, it would've been hard for even an ardent critic to position President Barack Obama as a "social radical" on gay issues. But it wasn't hard for NOM, where this was the plan as early as the summer of '09:
**Exhibit 3 - NOM Board Update, 2008-2009: BREAKING: Previously Confidential Documents Shed Light on NOM Strategy [NOM Exposed]
*EARLIER: NOM's deeply divisive race games: CONFIRMED, disturbingly [G-A-Y]
*EARLIER: NOM Strategy, Exposed: Actively seeking 'elites' [G-A-Y]
Weird, NOM: We thought you were just about "protecting marriage" in a non/bipartisan way. That is, after all, what you've always told us, especially when working in states where your obvious partisanship holds less sway.
Good we know now. Personally, I know a few on-the-fence Democrats who will interested to hear that NOM's GOP-emboldenging bedroom encroachment extends to that frisky DVD in the nightstand.
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