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06/06/2014

Audio: Add former NOM leader Jennifer Roback Morse to the marriage-equality-is-inevitable crowd

by Jeremy Hooper

Jennifer Roback Morse fought for Proposition 8 and then joined the National Organization For Marriage (as part of NOM's "Education Fund") for five or so years of trying to convince America that marriage equality is never going to happen. That is now over. In an appearance on Catholic radio, Roback Morse, who left NOM in 2013, is now admitting that Republican senator Orrin Hatch is quite right to say that marriage equality is inevitable here in America:


SOURCE: Issues Etc, 6/3/14

So both Maggie Gallagher and Jennifer Roback Morse are now publicly stating that their former employer, NOM, is fighting a fight that it is destined to lose. That must sting!

Must sting NOM, I mean. I think it's friggin' hysterical!

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