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10/15/2012

A social media tip for Preserve Marriage Washington

by Jeremy Hooper

If your weekend rally was filled with far more pro-equality (green) signs than it was anti-equality (red) signs, it's probably best if you keep that picture…

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More pictures, same results: PMW Facebook page

...to yourselves.

I mean, yes, we all know that green, the color of go, is ultimately going to prevail over red's harsh stops. But aren't you all supposed to be hiding that inevitability from the public? I hardly see how this helps.

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