lifesitenews.com British Prime Minister David Cameron told a town hall meeting near Liverpool on the weekend that making same-sex "marriage" legal in Britain and Wales was one of his "proudest" accomplishments. When asked what he thought were his most significant achievements, he rated improving the UK economy as something he would "treasure," but that passage of the Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Bill was his personally proudest moment. “I did get a lot of letters from men who said, because of the changes you made, I have been able to marry the person I love. That was great,” Cameron said, according to a report by homosexual news service Pink News. He said that he has gotten "lots" of invitations to same-sex weddings but has yet to accept any. "I haven’t been to one yet," he said, adding, "I’m sure I will soon.” to read more: lifesitenews.com
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