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03/20/2012

Non-shocker of the day: @Vote4MarriageNC deletes perfectly fair discourse

by Jeremy Hooper

Remember earlier today, when I showed you that Facebook message where I quite plainly and calmly reminded my opponents in North Carolina that their organization, like all state campaigns against equality, benefits from the out-of-state help of one National Organization For Marriage? Yeah, well -- those comments…

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...were deleted, leaving the one supportive voice to his own monologue:

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This is what they always do. Our opposition's war on discourse is rivaled only by their self-victimized claims of censorship.

It's weak, it's damaging, it's sad, it's infuriating. But mostly: It's extremely telling!

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