In Provincetown, Massachusetts ("America's Gayest Town"), Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi and Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad were married in a private ceremony.
"If we were in our own countries, we would have to have ourselves stoned or hanged," said Ahmadinejad. "We thank the Great Satan for letting us express our commitment," noted Ahmadinejad. "And," he said, "it looks like I'm going to be an 'Asstronaut' after all."
"That is the trouble with the love whose name must not be spoken," said Morsi. "We are so grateful to have the opportunity to share our love for each other in this manner," the Egyptian Brotherhood heavyweight stated.
The couple dined on a traditional New England clam bake before trekking into Boston, where they danced the night away at the Ram Rod Nightclub. The following morning, they flew out of Logan on their way to a six-day, seven-night tour of former concentration camps, followed by a Holocaust Deniers cruise.
Mr. and Mr. Morsi-Ahmadinejad will split their time between Tehran and Cairo.