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10/29/2013

Brian Brown admonishes man 'who lost virtually every election he was involved with in 2012;' oddly, he wasn't talking to giant mirror

by Jeremy Hooper

The National Organization for Marriage has had one of the worst years of any special interest groups in recent memory. Come Christmas time, they could string together their many losses the way others string together popcorn.

But get this: in his latest fundraising pitch supporting the truly rabid ticket that is Cuccinelli/Jackson, NOM prez Brian Brown has the gall to admonish Karl Rove for losing "virtually every election he was involved with in 2012":

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[SOURCE: NOM]

But to be fair, I don't think Brian lost "virtually every" race he tried to sway in '12. In fact, I'm pretty sure he lost most all of them!

But let me just say I find it truly HIGH-LARIOUS that we now live in a world where anti-gay "marriage protectors" are going after the man who masterminded so much of this whole "protect marriage fight. It's like karmic payback for that soul-crushing mindf*ck they called electoral politics.

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