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NOM’s Jennifer Roback-Morse Sinks Further Into Insanity, Wears Hunting Ear Protection At Hate Rally

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The National Organization for Marriage’s Ruth Institute leader Jennifer Roback-Morse appeared in Minnesota to a crowd of tens at a ‘traditional marriage’ rally there wearing hunting earphones to drown out the shouts of “bigot”

Said Morse:

. . .I was told that there might be a few hunters in an area like this and so I brought my ear protectors. I’m not a hunter myself. Do you guys have these sort of ear protectors? They’re very snazzy. You can turn they on and they block out the noise, they block out a big loud noise like when you shoot your gun, it blocks out–you guys know what I’m talking about here?
Good, good, good. People in San Diego have no idea what I’m talking about. But I can hear you because I’ve turned up the volume on my little headset here. You can hear what you want, but you block out the noise.

Now why would I wear earprotectors to a marriage rally? Because there’s a lot of noise in the marriage debate. You know what I’m talking about? Everytime somebody says, “You’re a bigot,” that’s just noise. That is just noise. That is designed to keep you–when somebody says that, what happens? You go Ohh! . . .you suddenly immediately recoil, just like the shotgun going off in your ear.

So you have to do something to stop the noise, so you can think. And the people on the other side are very deliberate and intentional from keeping the subject away from the subject. Instead of the subject being, “What is marriage and why do we need it?,” the subject is, “What’s wrong with you guys that you’re so mean to us and that you’re on the wrong side of history?” That’s what they want to talk about.

She be one crazy biatch.

NOM BUSTED: NOM Thanks The Chicago Bears For Their Support, Chicago Bears Deny Call NOM Liars

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The National Organization for Marriage and its umbrella organization The Ruth Institute has been busted once again one of their lies yet after they claimed that the NFL football team the Chicago Bears support their anti-gay mission and have donated them items of memorabilia.

From the Chicago Tribune:

The Chicago Bears and former linebacker Brian Urlacher denied any involvement Wednesday with the Ruth Institute — an affiliate of the National Organization For Marriage, which opposes same-sex marriage — after an online promotion for the institute stated a clear involvement of the team. In an advertisement for its June gala at an upcoming conference, the California-based group stated, “For now, you should know that we have two fabulous raffle items from the Chicago Bears Organization (and a huge THANK YOU to the Bears for supporting our message).” Below the statement are images of an autographed Urlacher jersey and an autographed black-and-white photo of deceased Hall of Fame running back Walter Payton. “I sign a lot of stuff for charity and I don’t always know where it goes,” Urlacher told the Tribune. “If I would have known it was for this cause, I wouldn’t have done it.”

The Bears home office has released an official statement setting the record straight:

“The two items featured in The Ruth Institute gala invitation were personal donations to (President) Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse (pictured above). Neither was a club donation, nor do they represent the team’s view on any social issues. Any remarks stating otherwise are false.”

Morse initially declined comment. But later the website dropped all references to the Chicago Bears at the team’s request, and Morse issued a statement: “The Ruth Institute is not working with the Chicago Bears organization or any of its players past or present to promote our upcoming auction. The memorabilia we are auctioning off was acquired by me personally, not through the team or players. We understand that the Chicago Bears organization takes no position on social issues, and we regret any confusion we may have caused on this point.”

Curses, foiled again Witchie Poo!

But then again NOM you have to lie.  I mean a signed Adam Corolla or Victoria Jackson item doesn’t really carry much clout now, does it.

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NOM’s Jennifer Roback Morse Uses Tyler Clementi’s Suicide: Being Gay Is “Not The Best Thing”

Jennifer Roback Morse

Speaking with Catholic students from at Iowa State University Jennifer Roback Morse the President and Founder of the National Organization for Marriage’s fronted Ruth Institute sank to a new disgustingly low depth even for NOM when she used the death of Rutgers student Tyler Clementi as proof that LGBT people  shouldn’t be supported or associate with one another.

That kid Tyler Clementi who killed himself, who threw himself off the George  Washington Bridge? Do you know this story? Okay, then I’m not going to tell it.  There was a much older man in the picture. There’s usually more to the story,  right?

And so I think friendship is what you have to offer. There are a lot of  situations where people are doing something sexual that’s probably not the best  thing for them and that would be better if they had somebody who would be  friends with them without coming onto them or without judging them and that  kind  of stuff.

We get this idea that the gay-rights movement is very militant and they’re  demanding this and pushing that, but when you really get down to it, a lot  of the young people are quite confused and lonely and need help and  support. And they’re getting help and support not from the Christian community, they’re  getting help and support from the gay activists, who have their own thing that  they’re doing—which is not necessarily to help the individuals, but some sort  of  political vision.

The parents of Tyler  are calling for an apology from the National Organization for Marriage and Roback Morse for the invoking of their son’s suicide in her recent hate speech

To exploit our late son’s name to advance an anti-equality agenda is offensive and wrong,. “By doing so, National Organization for Marriage prove that not only is there no low they will not sink to, to advance their cruel agenda — but that neither they nor Ms. Morse have any grip on reality. The very idea that Tyler’s tragedy happened because of too much support — instead of not enough — is ludicrous. Shame on them.”

Lets all hope that there is a special place in hell for The National Organization for Marriage and Jennifer Roback Morse

Evil bitch