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10/21/2013

NOM says Christie can't be president; but they also said Mitt *could*, so, you know.

by Jeremy Hooper

The National Organization For Marriage has lost another friend. Here's president Brian Brown:

"Regrettably, Governor Christie's decision to surrender on marriage reveals him to be a man who lacks the courage of his supposed convictions. As far as we are concerned, it's a disqualifying failure. His surrender on marriage effectively surrenders any chance he might have had to secure the GOP nomination for president."

B. Brown

Says the organization whose endorsement, as of late, pretty much guarantees a loss for the backed candidate. This NOM repudiation shouldn't concern Christie—it should concern Democrats!

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