by Patrick Appel

Greenwald's take:

It's worthwhile now and then to take stock of the vast disparity between how we like to think of ourselves and reality.  When a country with Argentina's history and background becomes but the latest country to legally recognize same-sex marriage -- largely as the result of a population which demanded it -- that disparity becomes quite clear.

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