NOM, the National Organization For Marriage, has a Board of Directors-approved mandate to make marriage “a national (and ultimately international) effort.” And so, NOM president Brian Brown went to France. For months Brown and his cohorts have been working in front of and behind the cameras to help create an environment hostile to same-sex marriage in France.
“In the United States, we’ve demonstrated a key fact: with adequate resources, we can win the battle for hearts and minds on the marriage issue. We can use what we’ve learned about winning this battle to protect marriage internationally as well,” NOM’s secret court documents revealed just one year ago.
And how did that work out?
NOM this weekend has been pushing its efforts in France…
— NOM (@NOMupdate) April 13, 2013
…while ignoring the real story.
Just read the headlines from the past few weeks:
— Scott Wooledge (@Clarknt67) April 14, 2013
The entire international community should be asking NOM the same question.
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