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06/25/2012

NOM goes full on religious in Maryland; no longer even pretending

by Jeremy Hooper

I'm told that the Rev. John Boyles just attended a marriage rally in Maryland, where he identified himself as an official National Organization For Marriage spokesman. I've yet to hear audio or video from today's speech, but check out this NOM-branded document that I just found, where Boyles makes it quite clear what wholly faith-based sensibility he (like Maryland Marriage Alliance co-laborer Harry Jackson) will be using when attempting to take away *CIVIL* marriage this fall:

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