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08/16/2012

NOM on its thirteenth politically-driven FRC post

by Jeremy Hooper

The Family Research Council has yet to address the media (press conference at 3PM). But in the last twenty-four hours, while the rest of us hoped we could focus on the fragility of human life and the senselessness of gun violence, the National Organization For Marriage has done thirteen posts making hay out the roundly-denounced FRC incident:

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From best I can tell, NOM was the *ONLY* conservative group that press released this in a political way (within an hour after the incident), forcing others to respond to the charges. This is truly outrageous political opportunism which should earn widespread criticism.

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