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09/23/2013

National Organization for [Banning Divorce]

by Jeremy Hooper

If the first two lines form a position that they think can and must be inscribed into civil policy, why should we expect this special interest group to stop there?

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[NOM's Facebook]

I mean, personally I would do okay in that "ONE TIME" world, since I'm more than confident that my amazing husband and I will stay in our rock-solid bond for life. But neither my life's reality nor my personal opinions form a basis off which I'd ever set shared public policy. That is what NOM does not understand!

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