Tuesday, September 08, 2015

Kim Davis: Out On Bail Bitches!

Kim Davis, Rowan County Kentucky clerk ordered out. By federal order, she is to not interfere with marriage licenses. Davis vows to meddle.

The controversial Kentucky county clerk who refused to marry gay couples was ordered out of lockup today. After spending the Labor Day weekend in the county lockup, the federal judge said it's wrap.

U.S. Federal judge David Bunning ordered an immediate release of Kim Davis.

The clerk may soon be out of lockup by 5pm.

The order comes with a price. She cannot interfere with clerks willing to issue licenses. I am guessing she will defy the order and be put back in the lockup.

This issue came forth after she stood on religious grounds to block marriage licenses to three gay couples and two straight couples.

She admits that her Christian faith would not allow her to marry couples. Being a government. Defying a Supreme Court ruling, the Rowan County clerk had become a much talked about issue. The racist/religious/stupid right has gathered to the jail to do a protest rally for Davis.

Davis even got support among the clowns running for the nomination. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), Rick Santorum and Mike Huckabee will seek her endorsement. They plan on visiting the jail for moral support and votes.
Huckabee will be in Ashland, KY to rally supporters.
The Liberty Counsel has aided her legal defense and argued that the government went too far in jailing her.

Now this has set a rebellion of judges, county clerks and state workers willing to be jailed for refusing marriage licenses to couples.

This impact may spark the rise of the religious extremists who dominated the 1990s. The legacy of Jerry Falwell continues. Falwell was a dominate force in the religious right. He made Republicans and some Democrats take pledges to vow a Christian agenda. This pledge stands with many lawmakers. Pat Robertson and Franklin Graham are the living embodiment of religious extremism.

Davis is a registered Democrat by the way. The Democratic Party denounced her.

The release will assure that she will once again meddle in this. She will likely stand defiant in this.

Okay, what's your thought on the matter?

Do you believe Kim Davis's right to religious grounds?

Is it right to defy a federal order?

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