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04/02/2012

NOM EXPOSED: NOM's Roback Morse says 'driving a wedge between gays and blacks' = 'strategic genius'

by Jeremy Hooper

The National Organization For Marriage's strategic Nomlightbox1-1 attempt to "drive a wedge between gays and blacks" and "provoke the gay marriage base into responding by denouncing these spokesmen and women as bigots" (among other cynical ploys) has been rightly condemned from various corners of the political world. But leave it to NOM's own Jennifer Roback Morse (of NOM's Ruth Institute) to add an extra level of insult to the obvious injury.

Not only is Roback Morse breaking from other NOMmers and standing firmly by the language as written -- she is actually positioning the "drive a wedge" game as smart political strategy:

KEEP READING: NOM's Roback Morse: 'Driving a wedge between gays and blacks' = 'strategic genius' [NOM EXPOSED]

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