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Furthermore, as for those "big wig names" whose presence Brown tries to minimize in the group, he omits that none asked to be taken off. In fact, a few - Brown and Scott Lively included - actively participated in the group, pushing their nonsense and - in Brown's case - begging for folks to comments on articles they posted on other sites. The fact of the matter is the more that Brown tries to minimize the effects of the story, the more people talk about it. I personally found his pushback to be hilarious. If this group was such a small thing, then whey is he bending over backwards to make that point. Why can't Brown let the story go away. The more he talks, the more people are gaining interest in it. For that, I thank him.
As the writer - not gay informant - who broke the Truth4Time story, I am EXTREMELY amused at Brown's verbal gymnastics in avoiding the truth. If Brown had a problem with the accusations that members of his group were planning to jam pro-gay sites and attempt to shut down pro-gay facebook sites, then he should take it up with his fellow administrator who clearly spelled this objective out in the group's mission statement. I posted that mission statement on my blog. Also Brown claims that there was no plan to bombard physicians and school boards with negative information about gays. He terms it as a "mere suggestion." Semantics, Mr. Brown. Semantics.
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