Skip to comments.Congressman Barney Frank weds in same-sex marriage
Posted on 07/07/2012 5:32:30 PM PDT by Free ThinkerNY
(Reuters) - U.S. Democratic Representative Barney Frank wed his longtime partner, James Ready, on Saturday, becoming the first sitting congressman to enter into a same-sex marriage.
Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick officiated the ceremony and added some levity by saying Frank, 72, and Ready, 42, had vowed to love each other through Democratic and Republican administrations alike, and even through appearances on Fox News, according to Al Green, a Democratic congressman from Texas.
"Barney was beaming," said Green, who attended the ceremony. He added that Frank, a champion of gay rights and the sweeping reform of Wall Street, shed a tear during the ceremony.
After exchanging their vows, Frank and Ready embraced each other, Green said. "It was no different than any other wedding I've attended when you have two people who are in love with each other," Green said.
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I need to puke.
Hopefully tonight Mr. Ready will do to him what he’s been doing to us for the past several decades.
(Unfortunately, he’ll enjoy it.)
FR’s title rules don't mean you many not correct the PC titles with quotes to signify bogusness.
30 years younger, eh ?
It’s nice to know that the Elite enjoy significantly younger mates, gays included.
Frank should be censored and expeelled from the House by the GOP leadership.
First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes baby in the baby carriage. Oops?
Did he wear white? He better have submerged his backside in a barrel of alum for a week or so before the wedding night... or his hubby just ain’t gonna like it much.
Looks like he’s robbing the cradle.
Very good point.
So which one is the bride?
They’re no more married today than they were yesterday.
Makes one wonder, just what would one do for money...
Hoping they will honeymoon in Kabul, Mecca, or Mogadishu. Heck, I would even pay for the one way tickets.
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