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04/18/2014

Read: NOM's guide to pressuring lawmakers to ban marriages (while pretending you're doing something good and positive instead)

by Jeremy Hooper

Even though one of the bills for which they are lobbying is, quite literally, one that would alter our U.S. Constitution so that is specifically bans same-sex marriage (H.J. RES 51, Federal Marriage Protection Amendment; Huelskamp), the National Organization For Marriage is telling its supporters to not admit their true intent:

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Instead, NOM is telling folks to use the following message, which falsely pits "standing for marriage" with a supposed loss of a right to speak:

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Those are just two points you will find in NOM's guidebook for how its supporters are to lobby their elected representatives when visiting the nation's capital on June 19th (the day of NOM's silly "march for marriage," pricey gala, and associated lobby day)

NOM's packet for how to lobby in favor of banning marriage

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