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10/08/2012

'Here's our first Minnesota ad!' says Maine campaign

by Jeremy Hooper

We all know that the four state marriage campaigns (ME, MD, WA, and MN) are being masterminded by the National Organization For Marriage, Frank Schubert, and the usual teams who sweep in to any given state and tell the locals how they should vote. We're not confused.

But while we get it, it does seem the one-team-masquerading-as-four-teams might be getting tripped up in their own charade. Check the highlighted part of this URL featured on Protect Marriage Maine's campaign website:

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http://protectmarriagemaine.com/video_posts/first-minnesota-for-marriage-tv-ad-good-of-marriage/
(h/t: Cameron Tolle)

Minnesota? No, that would be a completely different state, actually. I know it's hard to keep it straight (so to speak) since the though-line of pitting faith views against civil equality is the same with all four campaigns. But seriously, kids—try to at least keep some semblance of illusion for the next month. Don't make it *too* easy on us.

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