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07/25/2013

By 'mean comments,' Jen, did you mean the one calling us 'filthy f*ggots'?

by Jeremy Hooper

As is her wont, the National Organization For Marriage's Jennifer Roback Morse is once again claiming that the mean gays are attacking her and her lovely supporters:

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[SOURCE]

I went over to the post in question, and I have to admit—Jen's right. There are means comments there. Here are three of them:

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[COMMENT THREAD: ActRight]

So weird, Jen—it's almost as if taking people's rights aways for the sake of political connectivity and profit breeds ill will. Who'd have thought?

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