Some Pubbies in Congress are going to have hissy-fits over this.
Correction: Two BROADS.
Totally unrelated, I used the word "Chicks" when referring to customers in their twenties who look like they cut their own hair.
You would have thought I'd said 'cunts' by the raised eyebrows in this group of straight men.
cool. it's what we've been working so hard on (marriage AND serving openly) and it's a big step forward.
So naturally DL has to mock them.
[quote]So naturally DL has to mock them.
Yes, r6, EVERYONE at DL is mocking them, Debbie Downer.
OTOH, contratulations to the couple. I wish them many years of happiness together.
They've already been together 17 years, r7. The last couple I knew who married after so long got a divorce not long after...
It's two women so who cares?
Together for 17 years, Gnesin and Fulton had a civil commitment ceremony in 1999 but had hoped to marry in their home state of New Jersey. Back in February, however, Gov. Chris Christie vetoed a gay marriage bill and according to Fulton, they “just couldn’t wait any longer.”
A major reason for their haste was Gnesin, 52, a breast cancer survivor who suffers from multiple sclerosis. She and Fulton decided to hold the wedding at West Point because the academy has been such an important part of Fulton’s life.