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Kim Davis And The Need For A Wall Between Church And State

Kim Davis
Kim Davis

From BrutallyUncensored.Com

Kim Davis is a public figure number one in the United States now, everyone and their mother knows who she is.

Davis shot to fame after refusing to grant licences to same sex couples in the Kentucky county clerk office, in defiance of the United States Supreme Court ruling in Obegerfell vs Hodges that established same sex marriage as the law of the land.

Davis’ entire argument is that same sex marriages violates the law of God, and she cannot as a Christian grant those licences as it would violate her conscience. She has the right to that belief.

The United States has the separation, which should be the ideal for any nation hoping to really progress. Cases like that of Kim Davis illustrate this point very well.

As government employees, you are entitled to hold whatever beliefs you want to hold, you have that right. But your foremost duty is to uphold the laws of the land, and treat everybody fairly. The laws are made looking at the well being of everyone, and not just a particular class who believe they should have the monopoly on how laws should be enacted.

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US County Court Clerk Who Refused To Issue Marriage Licences To Gay Couples Released From Jail

Kim Davis
Kim Davis

The now infamous Kim Davis has been released from jail after the Judge who sent her in there ordered for her release.

However, her freedom would be revoked if she takes any steps to stop her deputies, who have agreed to issue licences, from doing their jobs.

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US County Clerk Who Refused To Issue Licences To Gay Couples Despite Court Order Jailed For Contempt

Kim Davis
Kim Davis

Kim Davis has decided to make a martyr out of herself based on a view that she can treat other people lesser than herself.

Ms Davis has been insisting that since the US Supreme court passed the ruling legalising same seks marriages, she cannot in good faith hand out licenses to gay couples as it contradicts her religious beliefs.

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