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06/27/2012

Minnesota For Marriage, in PR spin mode, begins deleting comments, banning users

by Jeremy Hooper

Minnesota for Marriage continues to claim it was the victim of the oddest and most specifically limited hacking attack in recent memory. Few believe their story.

So what is MN For Marriage now doing? Well, doing what the "pro-family" movement always does: deleting comments and banning users.

This is the comment that got me banned. The "50" refers to the MN For Marriage supporters who "liked" the Leviticus comment before it was deleted; the Pastors For Marriage thing refers to this post; the inflated GM protest is referenced here:

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