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06/20/2005

I now pronounce you wife and career liability; you may kiss my good job standing goodbye

by Jeremy Hooper

   The Reverend Norman Kansfield, who officiated at his lesbian daughter's Massachusetts wedding last June, has been found guilty of violating the Reformed Church of America teachings for performing the homo-gay nuptials. The guilty verdict both suspends Kansfield from the ministry and strips him of his standing as a theology professor in the denomination.

The ruling says Kansfield's suspension will last "until he changes his views to fall in line with church doctrine." However, we hear Kansfield's views will last until his new daughter-in-law really pisses him off at a family function with derogatory comments directed towards his world famous potato salad. That shit be sacred.

Minister suspended for gay wedding role [ChicagoTribune.com]

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