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08/13/2013

More obvious animus from a NOM employee

by Jeremy Hooper

Jennifer Thieme (pronounced "tea-me") is the Finance Director of the Ruth Institute, a project of the National Organization For Marriage's Education Fund (NOM's c3 arm). And this is what Ms. Thieme thinks of the Pride flag:

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[Facebook]

Defacing? Disrespecting? Usurping the American flag? What amazing powers the Pride flag has! And here I thought it was just one of many celebratory banners that people use to show their comfort, joy, and revelry.

By the way, this is local news photo that Ms. Thieme—who, I should mention, is prominently featured as a "heroine" in NOM's latest newsletters—found so objectionable:

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[The Coast News]

I have to say, if these two are the straws that break your camel's back, you might want to ask your camel what's going on inside his or her humpy head to cause such internal consternation. As for me and my camel? We quite like to see happy straight people.

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