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During an interview in Pakistan, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton discussed daughter Chelsea's upcoming nuptials and seems to forget that not every one in the United States has the freedom to marry.
Clinton responded, "It says a lot about this wonderful experiment known as America, where we recognize the right that every single person has to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, and over the years so many of the barriers that prevented people from getting married -- crossing lines of faith or color or ethnicity -- have just disappeared. Because what's important is, are you making a responsible decision? Have you thought it through? Do you understand the consequences? And I think that, in the world that we're in today, we need more of that."
See video of Clinton's remarks here.