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03/27/2012

Some of NOM's best friends are 'minority partnerships'….

by Jeremy Hooper

In obvious (but unstated) reaction to the disturbing facts that we all now know about NOM and its desire to divide this nation, the org just issued the following:

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Brian, hon, you don't get it: We're not saying that you only exploited us with your race vs. gays game. These documents that we've now all seen were sealed. Private. Underground. You covertly hurt *many* of us with this divisiveness, including people who oppose marriage equality!

Oh, and her name's Alveda, not Aveeda.

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