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06/24/2013

NOM's latest photo meme: A sketchy read of SCOTUS

by Jeremy Hooper

With only hours potentially left in the SCOTUS marriage watch that has gripped us this spring and early summer, the pro-discrimination folks at the National Organization For Marriage have come out with this new photo meme:

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Fittingly blurry. It's a mess of of images that draws all attention to the myopic claim (i.e. "ONE MAN AND ONE WOMAN!") while failing to paint a true picture of what is really at root here (i.e. constitutional fairness independent of the personal and largely faith-based opinions of groups like NOM).

Although I'm not surprised that NOM is seeking a new cache of fans. After all, with the winds of change so clearly on our side, they're going to need something to help blow back.

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