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04/19/2012

Vote For Marriage NC is bombing

by Jeremy Hooper

In the past twenty-four hours, the Vote For Marriage NC campaign has e-blasted, Facebooked, and sent a whopping forty-five tweets asking folks to "money bomb" their discriminatory cause:

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And you know what? This request for supporters to head over to Brian Brown's ActRight site in order to replace billboards and signs that they claim (without any proof whatsoever) were destroyed by gay activists does seem to be bombing indeed. It turns out that after all of this effort (which has also included allies like NOM's Thomas Peters pushing the cause), the campaign has only managed to recruit eight people, for a grand tally of less than $500:

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Maybe they shouldn't set their sites on something as lofty as a billboard? Maybe a personal ad in a local penny saver: "Proudly evangelical campaign seeks legally single many"?

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