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07/10/2012

NOM EXPOSED: Where are Microsoft, Facebook, and Google's 'Dump' sites?

by Jeremy Hooper
Nationalorganizationformarriage-48 Most National Organization for Marriage Watchers know that this discriminatory organization has recently launched efforts to convince consumers that they should "Dump" two companies that have come out in support of marriage equality. Namely, Starbucks and General Mills. NOM has spent the better part of the summer publicly flogging these two American brands simply because they stood up for every customer's right to marry the person that he or she loves.

But I have to ask of NOM: where the heck are the sites telling discerning shoppers to avoid Facebook, Microsoft, and Google?
Where are Microsoft, Facebook, and Google's 'Dump' sites? [NOM Exposed]

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