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05/03/2012

NOM now telling churchgoers what coffee they're allowed to drink

by Jeremy Hooper

This is not a joke. The National Organization For Marriage is seriously distributing the following in hopes that America's churches will insert them into Sunday bulletins:

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Because that is why you go to church, right? To have a D.C. special interest group tell you which food chains you are allowed to support? I thought so.

Then again, NOM's Dump Starbucks effort has been such a laughable failure (they just now cracked 35k signatures, after 6 weeks and loads of press; the counter effort got that in 24 hours) that they surely need to try something new. Why shouldn't that something be an attempt to convince faith communities that the fair-minded business practices of American corporations are in need of holy rebuke?

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