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01/11/2013

Brian Brown decries White House's 'New World Order'; yes, really

by Jeremy Hooper
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[Pastor Giglio's] withdrawal under political pressure demonstrates the New World Order at the White House: traditional Christianity must be excluded; the wrath of gay advocates is more important than national unity or the principle of tolerance and inclusiveness.

—National Organization For Marriage Brian Brown, carelessly throwing around "New World Order" terminology (that I'm not sure he understands) to say that our inclusive, pro-equality President is the one destroying national unity, even though Brian is himself a man who collects a six-figure annual paycheck off promoting civil discrimination for certain kinds of Americans

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**RELATED: Charles Blow on the proliferation of phrases like "New World Order": Revolutionary Language [NYT]

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