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03/21/2013

So much for my 'missing Maggie' theory

by Jeremy Hooper

The National Organization For Marriage co-founder, who has been quite absent from the marriage debate in recent days, was just announced as a speaker at next week's pro-discrimination march outside the Supreme Court:

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I wonder if she's rally the crowd by again predicting DOMA's imminent demise.

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**UPDATE: Now she's missing again.

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