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MSNBC’s Thom Roberts Tells NOM’s Brian Brown To Go See The Weinstein Movie “Bully”

Openly gay news anchor Thomas Roberts had Brian Brown of the National Organization for Marriage on to MSNBC today to talk about NOM’s plan to “backtrack” same sex marriage in New Hampshire and push now for civil unions instead since they know they have no chance in hell of of over-turning same sex marriage in state and denying some form of recognition to same sex couples.

Roberts and Brown went back and forth on NOM’s standard unproven talking points, when Roberts asked “Piggy Man” Brown if  its sometimes just exhausting for you and what the National Organization for Marriage does, to try to stand against the tide of equality? Is it exhausting?”

Piggy Man replied with his standard swill. 

Blah, blah, blah…..30 states have bans on same-sex marriage.  Blah, blah, blah…..seven states that allow it, there are dissembling referenda at work.  Blah, blah, blah….. redefining marriage changes things for straight people.  Blah, blah, blah…..makes school classes teach different ways of life.

And at that point, right at the cut away Thom Roberts suggests that Brian Brown go watch Harvey Weinstein’s new movie, Bully.

Simply awesome.

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