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04/04/2014

Video: Liberty Counsel's latest 'protect marriage' ad is just lazy

by Jeremy Hooper

I've seen my share of ads about matrimony and the supposed harms that committed married people like me supposedly pose to it. This new one from Liberty Counsel is notable to me for one thing: it's frigging boring.

Here's the clip:


[h/t J.M.G.]

Generic video clips with even more generic fear text? This is the lazy ad of a weary movement. There's no ask, no new information, and no reason for anyone to give a damn. It's just like, "Yeah, yeah, yeah—marriage. Protect it. Whatever."

We've so won this thing.

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