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08/21/2012

Video: Anti-LGBT Tea Party activist stars in NOM's latest 'defamation' video

by Jeremy Hooper

Looking at the public Facebook musings of Redlands Tea Party leader Phillip Naman, one can't help but notice an inordinate amount of focus on gays, machismo, and assorted concerns (not to mention deep conservatism):

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So I'm really not surprised to see him starring in NOM's latest video—an all-out smearing of Dan Savage:

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MORE: Naman's Redlands Tea Party group has made aggressive pushes against inclusive curriculum in California public schools.

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