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09/16/2013

NOM now using phrase 'homosexual lifestyle,' knocking companies that support it

by Jeremy Hooper

The National Organization for Marriage, seemingly determined to admit that its agenda does (and always did) go far beyond marriage, is now using the far-right phrase "the homosexual lifestyle" and going after companies who support it:

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[NOM]

Oh please, please, please let NOM try to go after Apple and Amazon! I mean, the Starbucks and General Mills boycotts have been abysmal failures, but the Apple and Amazon attempts would bring the FAIL to a whole new level. I would buy a new iDevice from Amazon just to get a better view of that comedy!

And of course NOM continues to rely on Google, Twitter, and Facebook, even though all three companies are about as pro-LGBT as you can get. I guess if NOM truly wants to stay consistent, it's going to have to target a new group: the Amish.

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