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11/02/2012

National Organization for Marriage accuses 'white people's money' of buying black vote; so acting like NOM, basically

by Jeremy Hooper

Check out this snip from NOM's latest fundraising pitch:

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To remind you, this is the very same NOM that has vowed, in a strategy document, to "drive a wedge between blacks and gays" and that has committed itself to "fanning the hostility." But SSM bullies (because we're always the bullies in NOM world) are the ones working to "scatter the flock"? Really NOM? Which Catholic tenet do you use to support that hypocritical bout of false witness–bearing?

What's even more ludicrous is that the ad that makes NOM's blood boil actually features a speaker who says her pastor is "okay with" her voting for equality in Maryland. But those kinds of pastors don't exist in NOM's myopic world. In NOM world, "The Black Church™" is a tool of division that they, an org with no person of color on the regular payroll in any visible capacity, exploit for their own political gain. It's beyond nasty. It's jaw-droppingly cynical.

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