Wedding vows once went something like this:
Bride: I, (name), take you, (name), for my lawful husband, to have and to hold, from this day forward, for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, until death do us part.
However, it doesn’t seem as though those wedding vows have any meaning anymore. Well, not in the Gary and Sara Harvey case anyway. No, in Chemung County, New York, it would seem the vows have become:
“You, Sara, don’t get to take Gary anywhere and neither shall you have him or hold him from this day forward, whether it is for better or worse. We’ll take him for richer and you can pay the insurance to keep him from being poorer, in sickness and infection, until death does he part from us and gets written off the books.”
Who are these people that think so little of their ward, Gary Harvey, and his bride, Sara? Who are these people who toy with the lives of others and think they, the controllers, are so “enlightened” and “righteous?” Have they forgotten that they are supposed to be making decisions, not as they themselves might make for self, but rather, as Gary would want the decisions made?
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Gary Harvey Divorces Sara Harvey by Virtue of the County
*by virtue of the County
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