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01/24/2013

NOM Comm. Director believes own press; claims marriage work 'protects women and children'

by Jeremy Hooper

Thomas Peters, the Communications Director for the National Organization For Marriage, is not really hurting loving gay couples with his work pushing discrimination into whatever state or federal constitution will bend to his employer's whims. No, no—he's just protecting women, children, and society:

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Except for lesbians, children of gays, and a society that believes its constitutional principles belong to all and are not to be limited by a religious group's personally-held faith beliefs. They are all to sacrifice their own protection so that NOM's Catholic-driven advocacy can dominate the day? No thank you.

Thomas, buddy—you are anti-equality for same-sex couples (whom you have suggested need to enter a "12 step program"). None of Elizabeth Ray's press releases, no matter how ably written, will change that reality.

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