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06/11/2012

NOM's Peters worries Webster might marry 'em; too late

by Jeremy Hooper

The National Organization For Marriage's Thomas Peters is appalled that anyone would want Merriam-Webster to include same-sex couples in its definition of marriage:


*AUDIO SOURCE: [National Catholic Register Radio]

I'm appalled too, but only because I hate to see people wasting time on something that's already been accomplished:

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So basically, it's the social conservatives who are now redefining the word whenever they strip same-sex couples out of it. Score one for vocabulary!

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