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01/30/2013

A new video, NOM? Yeah? That's what you're going with?

by Jeremy Hooper

That old fibbing factory about all things great and small, the National Organization For Marriage, is pushing a "new Marriage Anti-Defamation" Alliance video starring a Canadian father who wants the "right" to be forewarned and to remove his children from the public school day whenever certain subjects are taught. NOM Framed it as new:

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[NOM]

Only thing? This video isn't new. The portions NOM chose to use might be different, but this is the very same interview that the failed Minnesota For Marriage campaign tried to use against us (as an exclusive!) way back in October. Same outfit, same setting, same bullet points:

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[MN For Marriage]

NOM has simply slapped its branding on this thing, as if it's some new creation that's going to have better success for them than it did for MN For Marriage, only the second team to ever lose a marriage amendment fight. There's no "new" here.

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