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10/09/2012

Protect Marriage Maine—or Ukraine?!

by Jeremy Hooper

At the :23 mark in the latest Protect Marriage Maine ad, the voiceover talks about "every Mainer" and shows footage of a lovely young couple frolicking in some leaves:

Only problem? That young Maine couple that has rights and everything? Yeah, well—it's actually a Ukranian couple not qualified to vote in the upcoming election:

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Seriously—why can't these campaigns ever find locals?!? I mean, we all know that they all outsource their work to the D.C.-based National Organization For Marriage and longtime Californian Frank Schubert. But geez, can't they at least find a couple of voters brave enough to both strip their neighbors of rights and smile for the camera?

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