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08/05/2013

Can someone in D.C. please messenger definition of 'defend' to NOM's office? K, thanks

by Jeremy Hooper

My answer: "Remind my husband, here on his birthday week in this tenth wonderful year that we've been lucky enough to share together, of all the many things I love about him and our (soon-to-grow) family."

How do you respond to the National Organization For Marriage's query?

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[SOURCE (*check out the responses, 99% of which are anti-NOM)

Oh, and of course I'll continue my goal of pushing NOM into the political wilderness. After all, no single group has done more to take away people's marriages over the past few years. Nothing will serve the institution more than NOM's inevitable retirement.

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