Hey, NOM, you don't find your new H Street DC office a bit ... crowded?

Check out the paperwork National Organization for Marriage's Brian Brown filed recently in Iowa:

I'd been wondering where NOM had set up shop in DC, and now, I guess we know:

1100 H Street, NW, Suite 700, Washington, DC 20005

Considering the slew of orgs that already share that same address, I'm wondering where Brian will fit his desk?

A quickly drawn up (no doubt incomplete) list of Suite 700 denizens includes:

1) The Witherspoon Institute

2) The Coalition of Americans for Research Ethics

3) Capital City Partners, LLC

4) DeNukeIran.com

5) American Principles Project

6) Americans to Ban Cloning

7) American Principles in Action

Not only is your office crowded, Brian, but you're now sharing a phone and fax number with ALL of these folks? Good grief.

Office: 202-347-6840
Fax: 202-347-6849

Anyways, I'll be popping round soon to pick up a copy of NOM's 2007 and 2008 IRS Form 990, and we'll talk then. This DC office is your main office, right? Per your comments to DC's MetroWeekly: "There is an office in Princeton, but we're moving our main office here ... We will be moving employees down here. Right now, I'm the main employee located here. Maggie Gallagher is also coming down."

See ya' soon, bunch!

P.S. Prior to our chat, two items for your consideration, Brian: (1) and (2).

Re the second item, yes, as time goes by, taking the David Parker approach to making requests is beginning to appeal to me.

P.P.S. That $86,080 NOM expenditure paid for this Stephen Burgmeier ad:

He he ... just kidding. Here's the Iowa ad NOM bought:

The hirsute look is back. Affirmed!

P.P.P.S. Why isn't Orson Scott Card listed as a board member on the NOM site?

I mean, these non-Mormon board members all get their names listed: Neil Corkery, Chuck Stetson, Ken Von Kohorn, Luis Tellez ... but no Orson. Why?

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