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    George H.W. Bush serves as witness at same-sex wedding

    George H.W. Bush serves as witness at same-sex wedding - U.S. News

    Wasn't someone wondering if it was OK for a Supreme Court Justice to do a gay wedding? I seem to remember that being something of an issue when Ruth Bader Ginsburg did so.

    Anyway, what about an ex-President


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    Re: George H.W. Bush serves as witness at same-sex wedding

    Why wouldn't either be ok?
    He touched her over her bra and underpants, she says, and guided her hand to touch him over his underwear
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    Re: George H.W. Bush serves as witness at same-sex wedding

    "to do a gay wedding" = officiating a wedding.

    GHWB attended a wedding, and signed the paper as a witness.

    While the subject matter is the same, that's two very different things. Also, what capacity does GHWB have currently that can affect the legality of laws? I imagine that would be why some were complaining about RBG's participation.

    I suspect if RBG opened a medical marijuana dispensery, there probably would be issues with that too.

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    Re: George H.W. Bush serves as witness at same-sex wedding

    Cheney's?

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    Re: George H.W. Bush serves as witness at same-sex wedding

    Quote Originally Posted by Samhain View Post
    "to do a gay wedding" = officiating a wedding.

    GHWB attended a wedding, and signed the paper as a witness.

    While the subject matter is the same, that's two very different things. Also, what capacity does GHWB have currently that can affect the legality of laws? I imagine that would be why some were complaining about RBG's participation.
    He did sign as a witness. Other than that, you have a point, but he is legally tied to it. He doesn't look too good in the pictures...


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    Re: George H.W. Bush serves as witness at same-sex wedding

    Quote Originally Posted by rocket88 View Post
    He did sign as a witness. Other than that, you have a point, but he is legally tied to it. He doesn't look too good in the pictures...
    Why? Who cares? Other than snarky little libs that want to use it for propaganda that is.
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    Re: George H.W. Bush serves as witness at same-sex wedding

    Quote Originally Posted by rocket88 View Post
    Anyway, what about an ex-President
    I don't see anything wrong with it, but then I don't see anything wrong with a judge LEGALLY marrying two same sex people either.

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    Re: George H.W. Bush serves as witness at same-sex wedding

    Quote Originally Posted by rocket88 View Post
    George H.W. Bush serves as witness at same-sex wedding - U.S. News

    Wasn't someone wondering if it was OK for a Supreme Court Justice to do a gay wedding? I seem to remember that being something of an issue when Ruth Bader Ginsburg did so.

    Anyway, what about an ex-President
    yes. I saw that and thought it quite interesting.

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    Re: George H.W. Bush serves as witness at same-sex wedding

    So, he was a witness at a wedding of two longtime friends. Good for him.

    That matters to anyone outside of the wedding party, how again?
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    Re: George H.W. Bush serves as witness at same-sex wedding

    Quote Originally Posted by j-mac View Post
    Why? Who cares? Other than snarky little libs that want to use it for propaganda that is.
    Of course we're supposed to care that someone Obama knew in High School committed a crime...


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