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02/13/2014

Says the partisan special interest that politicizes marriage...

by Jeremy Hooper

The National Org. For Marriage is a single issue organization trying to shape marriage policy and use this fight as a wedge that helps elect conservative Republicans. Yet this is NOM's new admonishment and/or warning:

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[NOM]

Really NOM? Did you write this from your K Street office in between calls with Congressman Huelskamp and Congressman Weber, both of whom are carrying marriage bills for which you are lobbying? I'm surprised you even had the time, what with the political rally you are sponsoring today in Indiana or the political march on Washington you all are planning for this summer.

But hey, how can I blame NOM? They've never taken responsibility for one darn thing, so why should they own their role in the political process?

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