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get be legally wed. Now they're asking their home state to acknowledge the marriage, according to Michael and Angie Lee are first cousins from Utah who recently traveled to Colorado be legally wed. Now they're asking their home state to acknowledge the marriage, according to ABC13. They also plan to change the marriage laws where they live. That's pretty ambitious for the future parents of children with webbed-toes, but that's what they said.
When we first stumbled across this news story we just assumed these two were watching way too much Game of Thrones but it turns out Michael and Angie have loved one another since they were children. They claim the social norms in Utah (and almost everywhere else on Earth) have kept them apart for years.
Obviously Utah, a state that's aware of the medical research and health records related to inbred children, won't recognize their marriage. Frankly, we had no idea Colorado legalized first-cousin marriage in the first place. Who knew? Is it possible Colorado voters thought they were checking 'yes' for "Freedom to wed" because they thought the ballot said, "Freedom to weed"? That would explain a lot.
Michael said, "We're like, 'OK this is crazy, but we're adults now. We're single now. We're just going to go for it. No one I've ever been with will make me feel as perfect as she does, and her being my cousin and some of the responses is a small price to pay."
Their parents must be so proud. If this is where the marriage rights movement is headed I won't be supporting the cause.