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09/05/2013

NOM World Audio: By marrying two adults, Justice Ginsburg undermined 'needs and rights of children'

by Jeremy Hooper

This past weekend, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg married two men. But what she really did, according to the National Organization For Marriage's interim Communications Director, Chris Plante, is threaten the safety of children everywhere. Here, let him "explain":


[Drew Mariani Show, 9/4/13]

Justice Ginsburg was married to her late husband for fifty-six years, and she herself has two children. I don't think she needs Chris Plante to mansplain (or Catholicsplain?) marriage and family to her.

And none of the taxpaying residents of this, a nation where children are factually optional within the broader spectrum of civil marriage licensing, need to be told that certain citizens' legal bonds are a child safety hazard. There's room for all of us.

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