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08/07/2012

NOM continues to co-opt Chick-fil-A brand; Chick-fil-A silent

by Jeremy Hooper

This is from the National Organization For Marriage's latest fundraising blast:

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NOM and Chick-fil-A are allies in calling people like me "thugs"? Allies in putting legal marriages like mine in smear quotes? Allies in helping NOM raise money? Allies in "fighting back" against LGBT people's equality? Allies in "driving a wedge between blacks and gays," too?

Unless Chick-fil-A calls down its own hypervocal troops, why should LGBT consumers and our supporters think otherwise?

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