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02/18/2014

NOM endorses man who doesn't want gays seen as 'fine and dandy'

by Jeremy Hooper

Back when he was fighting alongside NOM to pass a constitutional amendment in North Carolina, pastor Mark Harris admitted that he didn't want gay people to be seen as "fine and dandy." Here's that:


SOURCE: Marriage Sunday–4/29/12 [FBC Charlotte]

Now this same Mark Harris is running for U.S. Senate, and the org. that denies the obvious animus that drives its movement is jumping at the chance to endorse him:

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Fine, NOM. And dandy. The more you pal up with folks who are decidedly, clearly, and proudly against gay people simply existing in peace, the more you will have to write press releases decrying the "activist judges" who see the truth about your animus-driven movement.

I wholeheartedly accept this pragmatism-draining endorsement!

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