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11/15/2012

Oh look, NOM's Ruth Institute is suggesting gays should come with surgeon general's warning

by Jeremy Hooper

Of all the National Organization for Marriage properties, its the Ruth Institute (a project of NOM's Education fund) and its loose-lipped president, Jennifer Roback Morse, who most routinely threaten the organization's desire to seem something other than animus-driven. Today the patten continues:

"How much worse do the risks of gay sex have to be before it rates the same public health warnings as smoking?"
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[The National Organization For Marriage's Ruth Institute]

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