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Video | Argentina President Kirchner responds to now-Pope Francis' opposition to gay marriage

From Blabbeando blog:

A couple of days before Argentina became the first Latin American country to pass a nationwide marriage equality law in 2010 president Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner broke her silence on the landmark bill and secured its passage by throwing hell full support behind it. It was an impassioned speech carried live on Argentine television from a diplomatic trip to China and a full-throttled response to increasingly rabid homophobic opposition by Argentine Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio.

Click here to read more, including the full transcript of Kirchner's speech.


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