Eugene Delgaudio: Washington DC Immitates Obama's Gay Mob, Legalizes Wild West Kind of Marriage Vows With Any Kind of Living Beings
D.C. Considers Allowing Almost Any Adult to Officiate Weddings, Drivers Licenses for Undocumented Workers
"DC is changing the definition of a Wedding. The District of Columbia hopes to try out something new and doesn't like the idea that marriage is something conducted by a church, under the auspices of a higher power then civil law," says Eugene Delgaudio, president of Public Advocate.
Noted veteran NBC News reporter Tom Sherwood reports:
The D.C. Council is preparing to allow almost any adult to legally officiate marriage ceremonies and is also moving closer to approving drivers licenses for undocumented immigrants.
Currently, only a member of the clergy or a judge legally can officiate at a wedding in the District, but that could soon change.
The D.C. Council Judiciary Committee approved legislation that would allow any adult -- for a small city fee -- to officiate at any marriage ceremony.
Council members say many couples forgo religious ceremonies and don't like the coldness of a courthouse.