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01/14/2014

Audio: Roback Morse explains NOM divorce

by Jeremy Hooper

I've long considered the loose-lipped Jennifer Roback Morse to be a liability to the National Organization For Marriage. Yet despite her loose lips, NOM kept Roback Morse as a six-figure-salaried employee for over five years, allowing her to firmly connect decidedly anti-gay rhetoric to the organizational brand.

Last November, the marriage came to and end. Finally, Roback Morse explains why:


SOURCE: Relevant Radio

That last part is the key. In fact, based on what I've heard (both with my own ears and secondhand from insiders) and her tone of voice here, I suspect Ms. Roback Morse is underselling it. It's likely that her penchant for "going off the reservation" is the primary reason why NOM finally wised up and cut the ties.

I'm telling ya, NOM, I know what I'm talking about. Now take my advice and close your doors entirely.

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