"God's Authority": KY Clerk Refuses to Issue License for Phony Homosex "Marriage" After Losing High Court Fight
At the Blaze:
A county clerk in Kentucky who is continuing to deny marriage licenses to gay couples says she's doing so "under God’s authority."
Secularists may freak out at this "under God's authority," but that just shows how alienated they are from the American mainstream, which happens to be that of a nation rooted in the concept of "unalienable rights" . . . from . . . the . . . Creator.
You can read about it in the Declaration of Independence.
And please note: We are not talking about blind "faith" or privatized religion here. Rather, we are talking about publicly actionable information from a Creator who has given that information in space and time so that it can be checked for its veracity.
Now back to that story in the Blaze:
Rowan County clerk Kim Davis emerged from her office Tuesday morning after some couples were denied the licenses. She asked David Moore and David Ermold, who've been rejected four times, to leave. They refused, surrounded by reporters and cameras.
Ermold said: "We’re not leaving until we have a license."
Davis responded: "Then you’re going to have a long day."
Well done, Miss Kim.
Let it be noted that no person should be forced to give a government stamp of approval upon that which is a counterfeit, whether we are talking about counterfeit money or counterfeit homosex "marriage."
This is true even if a misguided "Supreme" Court -- or Congress or President or a couple of guys really into perverted sex -- tries to impose its will. Well, there is no power or authority or perversion that can change that which is intrinsically a counterfeit into that which is intrinsically authentic.
These politically correct homofascists need to get a clue.
Meanwhile, people who think for themselves revolt.
Just as the core elements of marriage, love, and freedom were above the pay grade of the King of England in 1776, even so they are above the pay grade of homosexuals and their lawyer allies on the U.S. Supreme Court today.
Truth, not counterfeits, sets you free. Well done, Miss Kim. Well done. Now, may many others go and do likewise.