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Video: Penn State students confront Rick Santorum over gay marriage

During a Q&A session with students at Pennsylvania State University on Tuesday, GOP presidential hopeful (and Penn State alumni) Rick Santorum shared his views on a variety of topics, including the issue of gay marriage.

When Santorum expressed frustration over traditional Catholic teachings he follows being attacked today as being "bigoted" by gay activists, some dissenting students fired back, claiming that there are social benefits to homosexual marriage... because the American Psychological Association says so:

h/t Buzzfeed

See more of Santorum's Penn State Q&A session after the jump

Penn State's Daily Collegian has more video:

Index of Questions:

00:18 - Do you believe that you are a viable presidential candidate, and at what point would you consider dropping out of the race?

02:11 - Why don't you find protection for gay marriage in the Equal Protection Clause and the Due Process Clause of the 14th and 15th Amendments?

06:36 - How would you respond to those who say that your belief system is "archaic" and "out-of-date"? (as seen above)

11:53 - If you are elected president, to what extent will you reflect your beliefs on American society?

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