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Robinson 'Delighted' To Be Part Of Inauguration
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Robinson 'Delighted' To Be Part Of Inauguration

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Robinson 'Delighted' To Be Part Of Inauguration

Robinson 'Delighted' To Be Part Of Inauguration
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The first openly gay Episcopal bishop, Gene Robinson, has been chosen to deliver the invocation at Barack Obama's kickoff inaugural event Sunday. Robinson tells Melissa Block that he doesn't think Obama picked him to balance the selection of evangelical pastor Rick Warren, who angered gay-rights supporters with his support of the ballot measure that banned same-sex marriage in California.

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