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12/18/2012

UPDATE: USNews.com readers reject Brian Brown's flawed arguments

by Jeremy Hooper

When I posted about it yesterday, the National Organization For Marriage was rounding out the bottom with a negative sixteen score. Now (as of 8:50AM):

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SOURCE: USNews.com

What's even more remarkable about this is the fact that NOM has itself promoted Brian's commentary. So this is the laughably horrible score Brian got *with* NOM's own support base factored in. Surely would have been worse without it.

It's a lot harder to shape a false impression when ratings are left unmoderated.

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