In the following video of Morse's rude testimony to the Rhode Island legislature, she tells so many half-truths, quarter-truths and untruths that it's no wonder YouTube comments were shut off from the get-go. Morse and her enablers certainly don't practice what they preach about shutting off debate.First lie:According to the GLAAD website, I have held myself out as someone who purports to be an “expert on the lives of LGBT people.” Evidently (and unbeknownst to me) I have devoted my career “making life more difficult for LGBT people.” Although these extreme statements have since been scrubbed from the site, the organization continues to claim that “Bias is Not Balance.”Bullcrap! Nothing has been "scrubbed" from the GLAAD site! Both of those claims were made in the Politico piece than ran on project launch day, and both are still there now. But saying whatever she thinks will make her look better is par for Ms. Roback Morse's course.
Monday, March 26, 2012
Jennifer Roback Morse, of NOM's Ruth Institute, really hates it when her vitriol is catalogued
In today's post, GLAAD touched a nerve: Jennifer Roback Morse edition, Jeremy Hooper disassembles more of Jennifer Roback Morse's dissembly. Morse heads the Ruth Institute, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the National Organization for Marriage.