RBG Marries Gay Couple, Possibly Drops Clues to SCOTUS Marriage Ruling


On Sunday, one gay couple lived the dream as Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg officiated their wedding and might’ve hinted at the great court’s upcoming decision on same sex marriage.

While marrying Michael Kahn and Charles Mitchem in Washington’s Embassy Row neighborhood, according to the New York Times, Ginsberg put the stank on the word “constitution” as she pronounced the two men married “by the powers vested in her by the Constitution of the United States.”

Elsewhere, during a Christian Broadcast Network interview, Jeb Bush (pronounced Heb) said he doesn’t think gay marriage is a constitutional right and Christian business owners should be able to discriminate against gay weddings if they’d like—because that’s really showing that unconditional love Christ talked about.

“A big country, a tolerant country ought to be able to figure out the difference between discriminating someone because of their sexual orientation and not forcing someone to participate in a wedding that they find goes against their moral beliefs,” Bush said.

Enduring a man that literally stole an American presidential election is against my moral beliefs. Can I discriminate against Bushes in the White House? I’m sure Jesus (and perhaps the Constitution) would want me to.

Image via AP.

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