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12/17/2012

Make the yuletide anti-gay: NOM co-founder wants to stuff your stocking, unthread your bond

by Jeremy Hooper

National Organization co-founder Robert George, a man who has admits that he finds "sodomitical acts" to be "intrinsically non-marital and, as such, immoral," wants to stuff your holiday stocking with his new book on why discrimination should be our national policy:

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*Amazon page for the book

Because coal is just so passé. Folks who were "naughty" enough to have been born gay get a book, a ban, and a life that is unnecessarily turned into a fight.

Don't even think about it, Santa.

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*For a much more inclusive take on marriage from a man who is actually in the kind of union that Mr. Goerge decries, consider purchasing Jeremy's book. You can do that here (among other places).

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