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04/13/2012

Partisan NOM bullies now bullying NH Republicans

by Jeremy Hooper

NOM is doing what it does best (other than dividing communities): attacking local Republicans for not siding with NOM's own partisan wishes. This charming little manifesto is running in papers across New Hampshire:

NOM NH ad attacking Republicans

Oh, and NOM's parenthetical insertion into Rep. Michael Ball's quote is really quite egregious. Ball was saying that the bill that would've done nothing more than strip same-sex couples of their marital rights should've been put down. There was no knock on anyone's marriage, regardless of how "traditional" said marriage may be. His quote was 100% about the repeal bill.

NOM is truly off the rails with no regard for fact or decorum. It's outrageous.

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