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02/08/2013

NOM releases 'March For Marriage' flyer

by Jeremy Hooper

It's really kind of funny that they are showing "sponsorship" logos from five groups that all have direct ties to NOM (Ruth Institute is a NOM offshoot; ActRight is Brian Brown's side project; APP is NOM co-founder Robby George's org, where Maggie Gallagher now works; NOM Comm. Director Thomas Peters works at CatholicVote):

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Also interesting that they are using a photo from the 7/24/11 march in NYC, where they bussed in a crowd on the day that marriages began in NY state. I say interesting, because there were some REALLY incendiary signs at that march. Not sure I'd want to remind SCOTUS of that.

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