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04/04/2013

ADF's laughably fearful fundraising graphic

by Jeremy Hooper

According to the stock photo description, the image is meant to be a father protecting his family:

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[iStockPhoto]

But when the anti-equality legal team at the Alliance Defending Freedom puts the family in front of the Supreme Court, it becomes the perfect way to scare potential supporters into parting with their cash:

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[ADF]

Because, you know—what could be scarier than this person?

Edith Windsor, plaintiff in the Defense of Marriage Act case (who was with her late partner for forty years)
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She's like the human embodiment of a Godzilla attack, that Edie!

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