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04/02/2013

NOM's Roback Morse deletes comments; here's latest proof

by Jeremy Hooper

Yesterday, after reading National Organization For Marriage leader Jennifer Roback Morse and fellow anti-LGBT conservative Mike Adams overlook the fact that Tyler Clementi's family was deeply aggrieved and offended by her words and instead pretend it was only "the gay lobby" who was upset by her crude slights

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…I left a comment on Ms. Roback Morse's post:

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But don't bother looking for my comment. In typical NOM fashion, Ms. Roback Morse deleted my words:

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The post in question, sans my comment [Facebook]

Because that's NOM's reliable version of free speech and debate: Shut down anything that challenges your narrative, accuse anyone who brings light to your own words of being unfair and nasty (or a stalker), and turn yourself into the victim. We're all quite tired of it. We all see right through it.

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