Justice Ginsburg to Officiate at Same-Sex Wedding

Photo Credit: AP

Photo Credit: AP

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will officiate at a same-sex wedding this weekend in what is believed to be a first for a member of the nation’s highest court.

Ginsburg will officiate Saturday at the marriage of Kennedy Center President Michael Kaiser and John Roberts, a government economist.

“Michael Kaiser is a friend and someone I much admire,” Ginsburg said in a written statement Friday. “That is why I am officiating at his wedding.”

The private ceremony will take place at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, a national memorial to President John F. Kennedy. The 80-year-old Ginsburg, an opera lover, is a frequent guest at the center.

Same-sex marriage is legal in the District of Columbia and 13 states.

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  • James

    Ruth Bader
    Ginsburg has dishonored the U. S. Supreme Court and violates the ethics by officiating
    in this homosexual marriage. There are numerous cases before the Court on
    homosexuals. It is apparent that Ginsburg is unfit and has single handed destroyed all trust and faith that the American Public had in the Supreme Court. Law and order are officially dead now thanks to this Ivory tower living Justice that wants to force her agenda on the people of this country. The U.S. Supreme Court is no longer Supreme,
    it is dead.

    I am beginning to believe that there is a conspiracy among our leaders to spread homosexuality across this nation. We shall be known as the United Sodomizing States of America.

    Ruth Bader
    Ginsburg has made it clear that you will get nothing form the Supreme Court unless you are a queer. The gay card has now been made the highest card in the deck. The race card is no longer on top.

  • mikecnj

    Dishonor and ethics ???
    In today’s DC ???
    Guess she and her gal pal want out of the closet.

  • BenDoubleCrossed

    Ginsburg displays an utter lack of judgment. She claims enlightenment contrary to thousands of years of common sense and human experience.

    I pray psalms 109:8:“May his days be few; may another take his office.”