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08/03/2012

National Organization for [Marrying Political Activism to Fast Food]

by Jeremy Hooper

Not only is America's number one source of discrimination now co-branding its logos with a certain fast food chain, but one can no longer even enter NOM's website without first being greeted with this:

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For NOM, the agenda is obvious. They are trying to build their lists off of a white-hot, media-baited story so that they can then fundraise and vote-drive off of those rolls. It's Political Science 101.

But for that fast food name that we are all tired of saying (much less hyphenating)? It's just more reminder of how not-for-equality-supporters this company has become. A big, cocky gamble, that.

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