1. TampaZeke says

    Mr. Karger is well on his way to making up for his past transgressions. Anyone who can be a constant and intense pain in Maggie’s ass is worthy of hero status!

  2. H8Str8s says

    Maybe the question is “What is tolerable…?”
    Oh, and incidendtally, I would like to note that I am very glad NOM oversteped the line somewhere. This is richly deserved.
    Also, it was obvious that republicans where behind prop 8. I am very glad this NOM story broke because I was curious exactly who it was. In retrospect, it should have been obvious. I just couldn’t be sure without something like this story.
    It is too bad the black and latino communities went for it. I would like the right to wed my companion.

  3. H8Str8s says

    In the philanthropist thread, where you blaming the victims of homophobia? Where you saying I could have avoided any of the homophobia I have encounterd?

  4. zeddy says

    I love how NOM wants a “gay group… PROBED” So is Brian going to do that or does Maggie use a strap-on?

  5. Brian B. says

    i still don’t know why any gay person would willingly be a part of the republican party BUT, i’m glad fred is doing something good. good luck.

  6. Dagoril says

    And remember folks…the form 990 filed by non-profits is NOT a confidential document, in the way that your personal tax return or a corporation’s tax return is. 990 is a matter of public record, and they are regularly available for viewing by any member of the public who knows where to look for them. (The donor names ONLY are usually redacted by the IRS when they are submitted to public archival services; the non-profit may choose to redact or not redact donor names, it is up to them).

    So any form 990 with non-redacted names came either from NOM itself, or from the IRS. And it would be very unusual for the IRS to send out non-redacted forms.

    Form 990 FAQ here :