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Video: Rabidly anti-LGBT Alliance Defending Freedom hopes to convince donors it is right, effective, winning — 2013 edition

by Jeremy Hooper

It's year-end time, which means groups must put together highlight reels that insist the past year of donor-funded work was all worth it. Here is the 2013 ask of the ADF, the org that heads up most every legal challenge against LGBT civil rights:

I love how they act like the historic Supreme Court rulings on marriage just kind of happened. In truth, the ADF was at the forefront of these battles, hoping to prove in court that their arguments against marriage equality are both right and effective. They lost. In fact, the court process showed how lacking in effective argument they truly are.

Anti-LGBT donors can keep handing over cash and expecting different results, if that is what these faith-motivated folks choose to do with their charitable cash. Or they could, you know—help to instead feed or clothe a person in need.

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