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01/17/2013

NOM runs ad for 'King & King' (on sale at Amazon and other retailers)

by Jeremy Hooper

The National Organization for Marriage, realizing that a group that protests to be a "values" organization should strive to be truthful, has made a stunning turnabout in Rhode Island. The organization has released a new print ad that eschews the usual fear lines and instead focuses on the concrete lack of merit that they see in civil marriage policy proposals. The ad is measured and rational, relying only on persuasive arguments steeped in constitutional law and not the old-style claims that strive to make gays seem nasty and kid-harming. It is a glorious change of pace that will surely make the marriage debate more honest and pure, regardless of where one stands.

Just kidding. It's the same old crap:

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Rhode Island's right side of history responds to the fibbery:

RIUnited Press Release on fallacious NOM ad by

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