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PostSubject: Re: So, what about Kim Davis?   September 15th 2015, 8:01 pm

She took an other to protect and defend the Constitution, not SCOTUS opinions.  

The US Constitution doesn't contain the word marriage.

What she did was lawful, as defined by Kentucky state law, actual federal legislation, not court opinion.  The last federal legislation on marriage was passed in 1996 (DOMA) which defined marriage as between a man and a woman.  More government getting in the middle.  If people choose not to accept the law, we don't have much of a country.  If she committed a crime, the penal code will apply to her just like any other citizen, except the elite, charges will be filed and she'll have a trial of her peers.

The lady hasn't harmed anyone, threatened, or forced anyone to accept her beliefs, she simply hasn't conceded hers. Some may not agree with her, that's perfectly fine. We're free to have differences as long as a person isn't being harmed or committed a crime.  She hasn't conceded her beliefs nor demand that anyone accept hers.  That hasn't prevented the continuous flow of death threats at home, and the office including everyone in the office.  This is par for the course for the left on the 1st amendment, 2nd amendment and the entire Bill of Rights.  Selectively applying what's convenient, or feels good, or what a particular group wants or desired, isn't how our country works.  Seems a growing number of people in the country would simply shred the Bill of Rights and Constitution if given the opportunity.

This lady isn't alone, its coming to light now that judges and other public positions that have some public duty have involvement in licensing marriage and aren't willing to concede their belief structure.

People are also ignorant that Kim and now others were elected and accepted duties of their positions before the SCOTUS opinion.

The entirety of the issue is just another example of the government mandating to control every aspect of people's lives.  


Imagine for a moment if government didn't get in the middle of issuing licenses for marriage.  The issue is suddenly a non-issue.  People would be free to do what they want without government oversight.  What a concept.  Freedom.


Voluntarily praying at a football game, gets an investigation launched on the activity.  http://insider.foxnews.com/2015/09/15/bremerton-high-school-football-coach-under-investigation-praying-after-games

Yet promoting Islam in class, circiulim on Isalmic history is directed by the same government.   http://insider.foxnews.com/2015/09/08/students-write-allah-only-god-tennessee-middle-school-history-class

The continued destruction of the country is in good hands.

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PostSubject: Re: So, what about Kim Davis?   September 19th 2015, 1:19 pm

She's at it again. They say she's violated the judge's order by removing her name from the marriage license forms (I assume she created different same-sex forms), ordered the deputy clerk to only initial the forms (state law requires signatures), and requiring a notary.

She might be heading back to the clink afterall. Partial justice is being scared straight by a strong female jail mate. Smile
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