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Don't expect to see Pitt and Angelina Jolie walk down the aisle until everyone in the United States is free to marry whomever they please. On Thursday's edition of Ellen, the A-list actor makes it clear he and his partner won't exchange "I do's" until everyone can. "I've said that we would not be getting married until everyone in this county had the right to get married," Pitt told host Ellen Degeneres. "We live in this great country that is about freedom. It is defined by our freedom and equality and yet we allow this discrimination to go on everyday and that's not what we're about -- that's not what makes us great. Until that is reversed, I just don't get it," Pitt said, "It makes no sense to me!" Degeneres said, "Thank you: So that means if like, next week if it's legal for everyone to get married that you would then be getting married the very next day? "It seems," Pitt said. Pitt has been supporting the cause as early as 2009, when he visited the Bill Maher show. "Well, to the (Christians) that are watching, I just say you have to, you really have to check what country you're living in because the freedom that allows you to practice religion is the same freedom you're stepping on. That's not right. And I want to add... if there was a nation of gay married couples that were telling you you couldn't practice your religion, I'd be speaking up for you, too... So, let's stop the nonsense." So what do you think? Do you agree or disagree with Brad Pitt? Leave a comment ...