NOM’s Last Ditch Effort to Weasel Out of Being Honest In Maine

The National Organization for Marriage is hoping Maine’s state ethics commission will drop its fundraising investigation into the group — over lack of authority. Thems be big words coming from a group haphazardly asserting its authority, like, everywheres. NOM maintains being forced to reveal its donor list would subject those people to harassment, blah blah.

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  • Cam

    They will do anything to avoid being found out as a front group funded, possibly illegally by the Mormon Church.

  • Wade MacMorrighan

    They also make the claim that asking them to divulge their donors is an unreasonable request that would never be asked for any other PAC group of their legal stature.

    BTW, does anyone know what’s to prevent NOM from cooking their books in advance of being forced to give over their books? And, if they do, are there protocols to ensure that any book cooking hasn’t gone on as a regular procedure of ensuring that something’s on the up-and-up?

    And, why hasn’t anyone cornered talking heads from NOM and demand that they answer for precisely WHY they’ve never lifted a finger to actually HELP other people’s marriages, instead of preventing two consenting adults of the same gender from marrying. After all, they claim to be “The National organization FOR Marriage”! But, then again, if everyone was given Civil Unions by the state, then made to get a religious marriage afterwards if they so choose, NOM would still try (I’m betting) to ensure that we gays can’t have “Civil Unions” because (according to some Reps. it’s a “perversion” of the “traditional family” or according to mags, “the coming together of men and women is special and unique,” blah, blah, blah…

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