Anti-gay testimonials were faked. Shocking!

The National Organization for Marriage is apparently spending $1.5 million to air this anti-gay-marriage ad, but some of that money was probably used to hire actors. Yes, a testimonial from "real people" on the TV box turned out to be fake. We know, we're shocked and appalled, too! Are viewers really so gullible—do they have such faith in televised testimonials—that they really believe people who oppose gay marriage are somehow more "real" than those who support it? These same viewers are probably Slimsuiting themselves thin as we speak!

—Posted by David Kiefaber

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