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11/02/2012

More obvious politicking from NOM's not-allowed-to-electioneer nonprofit

by Jeremy Hooper

As a c3, the Ruth Institute (a project of the National Organization For Marriage's Education Fund) is not allowed to campaign for candidates. So clearly Finance Director Jennifer Thieme intends for this intro to the org's latest fundraising blast to serve as nothing more than a social commentary on how to properly insulate storm drains, not any sort of witness-leading in regard to the presidential candidates. Right?

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Defending poor Mitt Romney—a pauper, don't cha know?—from the mean President's money. Pushing right up to that line again, huh Ruth?

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*In this same fundraising blast, Thieme also admits that Ruth (aka NOM) doesn't want kids believing the "lie" that homosexual is okay:

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Eh, at least they're getting more honest.

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