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01/03/2013

NOM = NO OUTSPOKEN MODERATES

by Jeremy Hooper

The National Organization For Marriage has joined the far-right factions in Illinois who are calling for Pat Brady, the state's pro-equality GOP chair, to step down:

NOM joins with voices from across the state in demanding that Pat Brady step down or be removed as leader of the party.

We are calling on all GOP donors to immediately stop funding to the Illinois GOP, and to let the party know that you will be withholding any future donations as long as Pat Brady is head of the party.

Instead, I would urge you to take those dollars that you would normally give to the Republican Party, and give them to NOM, or to one of the wonderful pro-family groups in Illinois fighting to defend marriage.
[NOM]

Now remember, this is the organization that is always preaching to us about respecting other's freedoms, building coalitions, and respecting the right of dissenters to speak out. But if someone supports equality while Republican? GET 'EM!!!!!!!!!!!

Disturbing.

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