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02/19/2013

If NOM believes its own Facebook post, then NOM is exceedingly cruel

by Jeremy Hooper

It always blows my mind when anti-equality organizations post claims like this:

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[NOM Facebook]

The claim is debatable, in and of itself. But if NOM really does believe this claim to be true, doesn't it make NOM's day in, day out war on same-sex marriage that much worse? I mean, if their own claim is true, wouldn't this be proof positive of the harms that they are bringing to the lives of otherwise qualified same-sex couples who seek the freedom to marry? Aren't they just giving the Supreme Court another reason to, at the very least, strike DOMA?

It would take great feats of logical gymnastics to answer any of the above questions with anything other than "YES!"

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