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12/22/2009

Video: Mexico City: Margaritas are frozen and a-salted, not gays' marriages

by Jeremy Hooper

More on yesterday's historic day:

First Canada, and now the beginnings of Mexico. Is the United States in danger of becoming the slow, stagnant cream of a Northeo cookie?

Come on, land of the free, home of the brave -- step it up! Sure we're still ahead of Mexico right now. But there is the potential for stagnancy. Does this nation really want to go down as the c*ck block in this continent's push for genuine freedom?

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Your thoughts

Seriously.

But really, if we can win in Mexico (City), I'd say we can win anywhere. Baby steps forward, but it's the forward part that's most important anyway.

Posted by: Aya | Dec 22, 2009 1:21:32 PM

Well, to be fair, Mexico is still behind the US on marriage equality, which will have its own capital and 5 other states. But it's still amazing.

Posted by: Bruno | Dec 22, 2009 2:12:40 PM

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