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11/27/2012

Jennifer Roback Morse's new spin: People are making mean comments on comment-disabled video

by Jeremy Hooper

Yesterday I showed you how NOM's most openly hostile voice, Jennifer Roback Morse, is begging people to like her Thanksgiving video that quite nastily knocked gay resident advisors and their supposed agendas. Well, spoiler alert—it didn't work out for her. After my post, the dislikes increased to 1596 while the likes have only reached 50 (as of this writing).

So what's the well-compensated NOM employee's new tactic? Claiming that the mean gays are making nasty comments, of course:

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Only problem? On both the Youtube page and the Ruth Blog posting of this video, the comments are disabled:

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As best I can remember, the comments have been closed since day one. They definitely were closed early yesterday afternoon, well before Roback Morse wrote the above on Facebook. So these mean gays with their nasty comments have really ratcheted up their queer superpowers this time around! Not only are we being nasty to the "innocent little video" that simply wants to condemn certain kinds of campus workers for advising while LGBT, but we have also found away to circumvent Ms. Roback Morse's own chosen rejection of fair discourse!

Nice try, "Dr. J."

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