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04/11/2014

NOM's Chairman lends name to nakedly anti-gay book

by Jeremy Hooper

The National Organization For Marriage's chairman has lent his endorsement to a new book from Catholic publishing house Ignatius Press:

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So since Eastman is in a top seat at NOM and NOM is supposedly all about (and limited to) marriage, that must be what the book is limited to as well, right?

WRONG! The book is all about how "homosexual behavior" itself has essentially destroyed America. The book's arguments isn't that same-sex marriage is bad policy but rather that simply being gay is a destructive lie. There is no denying the animus.

Here is the book trailer, including Eastman's endorsement:

The mask is so fully off the NOM charade. I guess since we all know that this is nothing but another anti-LGBT organization, NOM's masterminds see no more need to hide it. Or maybe they just can't.

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