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  • Miss Leading Titel

    May 30, 2015

    Father and son?? WELL…..it’s what liberal P.O.S. no ethics, no morals, no traditions, no pride voters voted for. Just a matter of time before someone can marry a donkey, their horse dog etc.

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  • lame brain wayne

    May 30, 2015

    I wonder if they were ever investigated for incest or abuse of a “child” by a caretaker. This seems no better to me than the people who abuse the welfare systems in our country.If they wanted to share health benefits and evade various taxes I question the lawyer who instigated this crooked plot.

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  • AntiJudger

    May 30, 2015

    It will a brilliant idea since they weren’t legally able to marry. Now if one is sick the other has a legal right to visit in the hospital and not be stopped from seeing the other. Jeez you people are the worst. You could spend your time more wisely by minding your own business. Stop judging. Stop worrying about things that don’t effect you.

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  • kb bummer

    May 30, 2015

    Um, read the article people, they were “father and son” only by adoption, which was needed so they could be each others health proxy and get and receive healthcare information etc., They were not real “father and son”. Instead of casting your hypocritical and ignorant hate slams, why don’t you read the article intelligently! This was all legalities that needed to be in place so that two people who love each other could have the rights afforded to regular family members in the case of an emergency or death!

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  • Gwen

    May 31, 2015

    Perfect example of why same sex marriage should be legal. These men were together for over 50 years, much longer then most marriages these days. Due to the fact that they were getting older and probably had a home together and other assets the only option they had was the adoption route to ensure that if one died the other would be taken care of. Had they not done this, when one of the men passed away the other would not have been entitled to any of the estate that they created over the 50+ years that they were a couple. And on another note, had one of them ended up in the hospital the other would not have had any visitation rights or the ability to make medical decisions for their partner. I’m really happy for them for finally being able to be married. It’s a shame it has taken so long.

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