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03/13/2014

NOM looking for 'good men' to stop gay men

by Jeremy Hooper

The quote often attributed to Edmund Burke (though its debatable whether he even said it) is "The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing." Since NOM thinks marriage equality is, in fact, evil, they have no problem applying it to their pro-discrimination movement:

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Adorable. That they think they refuse to admit defeat speaks to that spunky American spirit. Way to keep a rosy outlook, NOM.

Oh, and I also agree that it's good to look for a good man. I (legally) married mine.

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