Anyway, it will be interesting to see how this story resolves itself.
following response to revelations that NOM was all about "fanning the hostility" between blacks, Hispanics, and GLBTs:
The National Organization for Marriage (NOM) was formed in 2007 and has worked extensively with supporters of traditional marriage from every color, creed and background. We have worked with prominent African-American and Hispanic leaders, including Dr. Aveeda King, Bishop George McKinney of the COGIC Church, Bishop Harry Jackson and the New York State Senator Reverend Rubén Díaz Sr., all of whom share our concern about protecting marriage as the union of one man and one woman. Gay marriage advocates have attempted to portray same-sex marriage as a civil right, but the voices of these and many other leaders have provided powerful witness that this claim is patently false. Gay marriage is not a civil right, and we will continue to point this out in written materials such as those released in Maine. We proudly bring together people of different races, creeds and colors to fight for our most fundamental institution: marriage.Edited to Add: Maggie Gallagher, former head of NOM, offered her own response about NOM getting caught "fanning the hostility" between blacks, Hispanics, and gays:
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