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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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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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