Skip to comments.Rep. Barney Frank Won’t Invite President Obama To His Wedding
Posted on 05/21/2012 11:28:17 AM PDT by Free ThinkerNY
Rep. Barney Frank is poised to become the first member of Congress in history to be in a same-sex marriage soon, and while his party, particularly in his home state of Massachusetts, had much to do with the rights of same-sex couples to marry, the chief executive of the Democrats (and the nation) is not invited. The reason, Rep. Frank told C-SPAN? It would ruin the party to have the Secret Service.
Rep. Frank had no ill words for the President, but made clear when asked on C-SPAN this weekend that he was not amenable to doing anything that would jeopardize the peace of his festivities. As he told the network:
If he and Michelle wanted to come, I would be delighted and honored to have him, but he will bring the Secret Service. I would be flattered to have the president do that, but it would ruin the party to have the Secret Service. Im not critical of them, but they can go take their layered protection of the president somewhere else. Not to my party.
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I figured that obama would want to kiss the bride....
...but which one is the bride?
Will Barney wear brown?
Bullcr@p Barney! You just know if the POTUS is there ALL of your perverted friends(and their furry little rectal spelunkers) must be vetted. In addition how do you explain that the pics show EVERYONE in a crepe chiffon LBD
The Secret Service famously banged broads. Barney Frank does not want them there because he is heterophobic and their presence would “ruin his party”.
Don’t eat the hot dogs at the wedding, they’ll taste like $#!^.
“the Washington Blade”
You just can’t make this stuff up.
Weiners and Buns
Should NOT have read this ping before supper...
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