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08/27/2012

Protect Marriage Maine vs. fair discourse; anti-equality group deletes my comment, bans me from site

by Jeremy Hooper

This morning, right after opining on the subject, I went over to Protect Marriage Maine's Facebook page and fairly responded to another commenter's questions:

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But how does that same Facebook thread now look? Well, like this:

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Comment thread: Protect Marriage Maine [Facebook]

Not only was my comment deleted, but I have been banned from commenting on the site altogether.

But yeah, you should probably believe them when they say we are the ones trying to silence their free speech. Uh huh. Sure.

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