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Irish Deputy Prime Minister: ‘We must win a future referendum on equal marriage’

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  1. Robert in S. Kensington 5 Nov 2013, 12:17pm

    I thought we were foot-dragging in the UK but Ireland is really taking too much time. The longer it takes, the more the religious nutters will make mischief. They should take a note from the process in the UK.

  2. The babbling child-molesters of the Irish Catholic Church have less influence than they once did but they are still dangerous.

  3. Tom Cotner 5 Nov 2013, 3:58pm

    Whenever civil rights is put to a referendum, the rights usually lose. That is sad. It has happened here in the US countless times, and will continue as long as civil rights are a debatable subject tossed about the thoughtless.

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