NOM Wants To Overturn The 63 Percent Of NYers Who Favor Marriage Equality

Not that we were worried that the National Organization for Marriage’s 4-year, $2 million dollar plan to overturn New York marriage equality was gonna work or anything. But this recent Marist poll shows, that if NOM wants voters to overturn the July 24th law, they’re gonna have to persuade the 55 percent of adults and registered NY voters who support marriage equality and the 63 percent who want to keep the law. Hee hee. Good luck, NOM! Money well wasted.

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