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04/22/2013

Video: NOM's Roback Morse says there's too much noise in marriage debate;

by Jeremy Hooper

She, the NOM personality most likely to tell gay people they are only allowed to be celibate, energized fives and fives of people with a folksy speech built around city vs. country divisiveness and advice about closing your ears (/mind) to the pro-equality side's arguments:


SOURCE: M4M flies in nice lady from big city to tell rural Minnesotans not to let metro push them around [Bluestem Prairie]

Equality won't happen on your watch, Jen? What, does that mean you brought prop blinders to accompany your prop headphones? Because let's be clear here: equality is happening (and soon). If you're not going to watch, then fine. The rest of us will enjoy the show.

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