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11/12/2012

Person who draws paycheck from inequality conveniently claims equality will hurt economy

by Jeremy Hooper

Did you know that the expansion of marriage opportunities actually harms economies over time? Yeah huh—NOM's Cultural Director, Thomas Peters, says so:

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Not according to every vendor who so gladly took my and my husband's money when we were planning our wedding. They were simply thrilled for the new business.

Guess Thomas is referring to his personal bottom line. It surely will be tougher to make a living once this contrived gravy train runs dry.

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**UPDATE: The New Civil Rights Movement's David Badash challenged Thomas to put forth some evidence. Thomas replied with a link to NOM:

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Oh, Thomas. Not all of us are paid to believe NOM's press.

I swear, some of these conservatives learned nothing last Tuesday about the dangers of believing your own echo chamber is the same thing as fact.

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