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05/15/2013

Drug-resistant gonorrhea is a 'wage of sin'? NOM senior staffer 'likes' that

by Jeremy Hooper

The New Yorker ran a report on the gonococcus microbe and the possibility that the drugs used to treat this particular part of Pandora's Box are becoming less effective. It's a concerning medial science report for most of us. But for some finger-pointers of faith, the report is just another opportunity to "tsk, tsk" the "sinners" for being human beings with all of the related vulnerabilities and frailties that come from being mortal.

One such person of judgement posted the article to a National Org. For Marriage senior staffer's Facebook wall. Said senior staffer, who is already in possession of a highly concerning body of rhetoric, proceeded to give the "wages of sin" idea her personal thumbs up:

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Ms. Roback Morse of course has the right to "like" the idea that STDs are the "wages of sin." But since she collects wages from NOM, it's worth noting.

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