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08/02/2012

NOM & @ChickFilA: Co-branded

by Jeremy Hooper

If I was a fast food company trying to get beyond controversy, I'd probably be reluctant to see the nation's number one, highly controversial opponent of LGBT rights in this country—whose asks include both state and federal bans of gay people's marriages, both current and future—using my logo to brand a fundraising photo series:

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[National Organization for Marriage's Facebook Wall]

A lot of baggage in these photos (and I don't mean the greasy ones that hold sandwiches and waffle fries).

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