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    Re: Mexico City Lawmakers approve gay marriage

    Quote Originally Posted by CriticalThought View Post
    I sense a backlash coming in the not too distant future.
    From who? The Anti-Gay crowd?

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    Re: Mexico City Lawmakers approve gay marriage

    This thread started out correctly stating the ruling was only for Mexico City.

    One city.

    Then it went on to assume the whole country adopted the same.

    This ruling was only for Mexico City and not for the rest of the country.

    People here in Mexico are joking about having to go to Mexico City to get married, I am talking about gays, but there is no clarification what will happen in any other city or state with these "married" couples.

    What happens in Mexico City does not indicate what is happening in the rest of the country.

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    Re: Mexico City Lawmakers approve gay marriage

    Quote Originally Posted by disneydude View Post
    Mexico City lawmakers approve gay marriage - 12/21/09 - Los Angeles-Southern California-LA Breaking News, Weather, Traffic, Sports - abc7.com

    Mexico City lawmakers have become the first in Latin America to legalize gay marriage. City legislators passed the bill 39-20 on Monday with five lawmakers absent. Mexico City Mayor Marcelo Ebrard is widely expected to sign the decision into law.

    Its really embarassing when a country like Mexico, not especially known for its outstanding civil rights, is more civilized than we are when it comes to basic human rights issues.
    You could move there.
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