ACLU Vs Kim Davis: No Ruling Today

  • adamspt2

    This is Jim Bunning’s son ruling in the case. Have no idea how he will rule though it seems obvious to find against the clerk.

    • Sam_Handwich

      i remember when he was in the senate and the clerk called his name it always sounded to me like “Mister Bunny”

    • LovesIrony

      The baseball player that wrote a book with 2 guys kissing on the bus?

      • agcons

        That was “Ball Four” by Jim Bouton.

  • Marides48

    Married four times? What does her Bibull say about that?

    I imagine those pages have been removed.

    • Bluto

  • Gustav2

    Clerk Kim Davis did not attend as she was still guarding the word processor so no one can change the “husband” and “wife” to “applicant 2” and “applicant 1.”

  • oikos

    I love the signs! “Do your job.”

  • Blake Jordan

    How did she find 4 men that would marry her?

    Edit: Maybe she is the only one allowed to marry gay men… #fruitblindness

    • oikos

      One was blind, one senile, one her brother and one dead.

    • Balderdashing

      Chloroform?

    • Anastasia Beaverhousen

      One of the husbands is named “Charlie Brown.” I hear he is a no good dog of a man.

      • Todd20036

        Big surprise. His childhood friends were neurotic. One kept his security blanket into his teens one kept pulling a football away from him, and don’t get me started on his pet dog

    • TampaDink

      At family reunions…just like how her parents met.

    • LovesIrony

      there were actually 5 different stooges

    • Ginger Snap

      I guess I need to be more of a hateful bitch so I can land me a husband.

  • mml34

    not that i necessarily doubt it but, does anyone have an actual source regarding her 4 marriages/divorces?

    • Anastasia Beaverhousen

      Thats why she is holding up 4 fingers in that picture.
      Quote, “I have been married 4 times. FOUR times. You can’t get married once cuz’ youz gay.”

      • TampaDink

        I thought that she was saluting Hitler.

    • clarknt67

      The reporter from WKTY had her son pull up the records. http://m.snopes.com/kim-davis-married-four-times/

  • Michael Smith
    • Sam_Handwich

      oh cripes, don’t tell Todd Starnes and Tony Baloney

      • Balderdashing

        The Boy Scouts have killed God!!

        • Sam_Handwich

          there’s a merit badge for that

        • Todd20036

          That’s the subject of my new book: So, That Pretty Much Wraps Things Up for God

          • barracks9

            `I refuse to prove that I exist,’ says God, `for proof denies faith, and without faith I am nothing.’
            `But,’ says Man, `The Babel fish is a dead giveaway, isn’t it? It could not have evolved by chance. It proves you exist, and so therefore, by your own arguments, you don’t. QED.’
            `Oh dear,’ says God, `I hadn’t thought of that,’ and promptly disappears in a puff of logic.
            `Oh, that was easy,’ says Man, and for an encore goes on to prove that black is white and gets himself killed on the next zebra crossing.

          • JesterRedPanda

            I love that book. Hell I’d enjoy that quote as my epitaph.

          • Reality.Bites

            Fuck, should have read one down.

          • Reality.Bites

            Just don’t go on to prove black is white or you’ll be run over at a zebra crossing.

        • Oscarlating Wildely

          Oh, if only!

        • Blake Jordan

          That fucker dies so much, it has lost any impact…
          He needs to find a new way to overreact…

        • BlueberriesForMe

          I’m getting confused. Is it Satan, The Supreme Court, or The Boy Scouts that have killed God? Or is it a group effort?

          • People4Humanity

            Satan arranged it. It’s a gay gang bang.

          • LovesIrony

            it was me!

        • MDB

          Scoughadzi !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      • bambinoitaliano

        Shhhh they are too busy fellating a chicken sandwich.

        • Leo

          EWWWWWWW

          • bambinoitaliano

            Yes! It’s chick fellate no?

        • Corey

          They are duggarding the chicken…

      • LovesIrony

        go tell it on the mountain, over the hills and everywhere

    • bkmn

      Yippee – that means more Sadz for us to cheer over.

      • barracks9

        The Big Gay Agenda Steamroller rolls on and on!!

    • Todd20036

      Hope the final vote goes in our favor

    • LovesIrony

      now I can pay big $ for popcorn

    • MDB

      I’s about fucking time !!!! Now wait for the hundreds of fundamentalist churches that will yank their church’s support/spaces for all Scouts to meet.

    • Claude Jacques Bonhomme

      How can it be unanimous and a vote of 7/27?

      • DetailBear

        I believe that’s an American style short-form date – 7/27/2015. This was the Executive Committee and now it goes to some larger body to vote on.

        • Claude Jacques Bonhomme

          Yup… you’re right. Here we would have said 2015-7-27, to avoid the year/month/day confusion.

          • DumbHairyApe

            How can a vote be 2015-7-27? Is that 2015 for, 7 against and 27 undecided???

            I’m easily confused…

  • God Hates Windbags

    Is it confirmed that she was married 4 times?

    • pleasebereasonable

      Ugh….if it is that skank is as big a hypocrite as they come……why am I not surprised.

    • Todd20036

      Confirmed, yes. But I doubt any of her exes want to fess up

    • TampaDink

      I read it on the internet….so it HAS to be true.

    • clarknt67

      Local news reporter Victor Puente for WKTY station says her son/assistant pulled up the records and showed them. http://m.snopes.com/kim-davis-married-four-times/

  • TampaDink

    I wonder which of Kim’s 4 marriages was the most traditional.

    • Balderdashing

      The first: she was almost a virgin.

      • Anastasia Beaverhousen

        She’s still waiting to be touched for the very first time.

        • bkmn

          She has always wondered why her husbands had erectile dysfunction. Maybe if she looked in the mirror she would understand.

          • Anastasia Beaverhousen

            Aint’ no pill helpin’ that.

        • Todd20036

          She still is

      • TampaDink

        Almost only counts in horse shoes & hand grenades.

      • LonelyLiberal

        ‘Ceptin for her brudder and he don’t barely count.

        • Porkie

          But he can do his letters right up to “t”.

          • Balderdashing

            One, t…

          • LonelyLiberal

            He can? Oinky the Pig can only handle to “s”.

            That Oinky is one smart pig, I done tell you. Totally blew the curve on the geometry test.

        • Robincho

          He did note, however, that Kim’s hoo-hoo tasted a lot like pappy’s dick…

    • LovesIrony

      the one with the 2 chicken dowry

      • TampaDink

        In today’s rural religious economy, that would be 2 coupons for free waffle fries with her Chick-Fil-A sandwich.

        • Paula

          Does that include the free Icedream®
          or is that only for first marriages?

          • TampaDink

            It depends on how closely the couple were related before they entered into said first marriage. If not closer than 1st cousins, no dessert.

  • Claude Jacques Bonhomme

    I like these interventions from Judge Bunning:

    Judge Bunning repeatedly asks defendants why Ms. Davis can’t issue marriage licenses.

    Judge Bunning: “She doesn’t have to bless anything. She’s signing it because she’s the county clerk.”.

    Judge Bunning: “I took an oath to uphold the law…The Supreme Court made its ruling. From a constitutional, 14th amendment perspective, there’s a fundamental right to marry for both same-sex and opposite-sex couples…I am here to uphold the constitution.”

    • bkmn

      But…but….but….Jeebus!

      There.

    • KCMC

      Golden:

      “She doesn’t have to bless anything…”

      • Balderdashing

        But I do: bless your heart, Kim, and honey, grey and pink—not a good look for you.

        • j.martindale

          Her hair dresser should be ashamed.

          • Balderdashing

            I didn’t want to mention that; baby steps.

          • agcons

            Unless he’s family, in which case he should keep up the good work.

          • j.martindale

            No, he/she should look for other work!

          • DaddyRay

            Obviously there is nobody with Annelle’s fortitude

          • 2karmanot

            Oh those frayed green tamatahs!

      • bambinoitaliano

        She is a priest now apparently?

        • Octavio

          She’s a witch. And not a very good one.

          • Bj Lincoln

            Very bad witch. She dabbles in the Dark Arts.

          • TampaDink

            Houses will be dropped, water will be spilled.

          • Mark

            But the smoke will contribute to global warming but in her case, we’ll make an exception…

          • TampaDink

            Elimination of her carbon footprint will even the score.

          • D. J.

            Hopefully dog will be found.

      • RaygunsGoZap

        Ha! What statement was she responding to?

        “Mrs. Davis is being forced to violate her religion by blessing these….”

    • Ninja0980

      She’s going to get clobbered but good.

      • David Walker

        A girl can dream.
        Unless she was incredibly incapacitated, she couldn’t possibly earn points for not showing up and letting her lawyer (“Liberty” “Counsel”?) do the heavy lifting.

    • JustSayin’

      where is the transcript / live blog /video?

    • Bruno

      There was also this one

      NOW: Judge in @ACLUofKY case: After Rowan Cty Clerk Davis is formally served, we reconvene in Covington.

      …which is a little confusing. Are they really going to have another hearing so that she can testify, over 100 miles away in Covington, KY?

      • Claude Jacques Bonhomme

        Didn’t realize that it meant reconvening 100 miles away…

        • Bruno

          My only guess is that the judge has offices in both cities and wanted to schedule a future hearing while he’s in Covington. Seems really odd to me that they would have this hearing today without her, probably a ploy.

          • Gene

            oddly, she is under no legal obligation to attend…
            I am happy with the tone of his comments. his dad is more than a bit of a Republican ass, and I was afraid he might be also….but, his questions/comments were heartening.

          • Bruno

            Apparently she hadn’t been properly notified: http://www.lgbtqnation.com/2015/07/decision-delayed-in-kentucky-clerks-same-sex-marriage-case/ and the case will indeed pick up again at a later date.

          • Balderdashing

            Does she have a religious objection to opening certified mail?

          • Bruno

            The USPS violates her religious beliefs because it’s socialist.

          • Mark

            Maybe they used a Harvey Milk stamp and she sent it back “return to sender.”

      • JustSayin

        Where is transcribed video live tweet or streaming video

    • SFBruce

      “She doesn’t have to bless anything. She’s signing it because she’s the county clerk.”

      Seems to me any semi-competent federal judge would say exactly this, but it’s still deeply satisfying to see it.

      • Bruno

        I was worried, with he being John Bunning’s son and all. Wonder if there’s a federal judge in Alabama who might fall short of semi-competence.

        • SFBruce

          This is in Kentucky, but I was worried too, since he’s a Bush 43 appointee. But now that it looks as though it’ll go our way, I’m glad he’s not a democratic appointee, not that that will make much difference to the we-hate-black-robed-unelected-judges crowd. I’m sure Kentucky has it’s share of judges who fail the semi-competence test.

          • Bruno

            Kentucky: where Democrats are more conservative than Republicans.

          • Mark

            where men are men and the sheep are scared.

        • noni

          His father is former U.S. Senator Jim Bunning who was a right wing teabagger, voted against all gay friendly legislation and voted to amend the US Constitution to “one man, one woman” among other hideous legislation.

          • Bruno

            Jim…I stand corrected. They have such unique names in Kentucky.

        • Reality.Bites

          As a federal judge he is bound by the Supreme Court. Sure, a judge can rule against them – but it’s not going to hold up unless some time has passed and there are new considerations. This is pretty open and shut.

        • GreatLakeSailor

          We got one here in Wisconsin: Rudy Randa, Third Class Koch (& Bradly*) Whore

          *Bradly (Allen Bradly Co.) is Wisconsin’s version of The Hoarders Koch

    • JT

      Ask if it’s OK for JC Aryan clerks to refuse to grant licenses to black or interracial couples.

      • Bruno

        The Civil Rights Act of 1964 would certainly preclude that. The problem is that LGBT are not included in that Act.

        • JT

          If “religious freedom” can allow one to ignore a SCOTUS delivered Constitutional right, then surely it could allow a failure to abide by a mere legislative entitlement.

          • Bruno

            One should hope so. But the Civil Rights Act spells it out in language even idiots can understand. Obviously, they can’t understand Kennedy.

          • JT

            I don’t think it’s a matter of how clearly things are spelled out, though certainly their reading skills are minimal. If their “Constitutional right” trumps the Constitutional right to marry, then it would trump a mere legislative act. They would argue that in this one area, the CRA does not have authority.

          • Bruno

            If the CRA included LGBT, I’m sure they would argue it doesn’t have authority. But since they’re OK with what it says about religions and race and sex, they’ll argue it does have authority in the hypothetical. That’s just how they think.

          • JT

            But the argument is one that would be coming from a JC Aryan. So it doesn’t matter what these particular anti-gay nitwits think. The point is, if it were ruled permissible for these anti-gay nitwits to refuse, it would have to be ruled permissible for the JC Aryans to refuse in the racial case.

          • Bruno

            The way you posed it, it sounded like ask these nitwits, or maybe the judge. I don’t think we’ll see any actual cases involving Aryans, but who knows in this country.

          • JT

            There don’t have to be any actual Aryan cases. The judge simply needs to realize what he would be authorizing if he authorized this so-call “religious freedom” provision. If allowed, it could be used against anyone whom any clerk had a “religious” objection to: a previously divorced person (say for a Catholic clerk) or for someone who had had pre-marital sex (say for a puritanical Baptist).

          • Bruno

            But if the judge were thinking in line with the nitwits, he could say that those other types of discrimination are spelled out by the CRA, while he doesn’t interpret Obergefell as specifically overruling their claimed constitutional right. Even if it’s a legistlative act, the CRA creates very specific carve-outs in the realm of public accommodation. The judge could (wrongly) find no such specificity in Obergefell, and side with the defendant, stating that her right trumps others’.

          • JT

            Well, of course, the judge could rule wrongly. However, Constitutional rights trump legislative grants, so CRA would be trumped. That’s what happens when a court rules that a law is unconstitutional.

          • Bruno

            Sure, if the judge ruled that included in one’s constitutional right to freedom of religion, one can deny service to anyone, then CRA would be trumped. Perhaps the fact that that hasn’t happened yet is a sign that there are indeed limits to this constitutional 1st Amendment right.

          • JT

            I think that will prove to be the case. No one has ever raised this issue about “religious freedom” in this way. But they’d better get ready for the floodgates to open: people claiming it’s against their religion to pay taxes, etc. The expected response to that kind of idiocy has been: OK, don’t pay; you can go to jail instead.

          • Bruno

            It really would beg some important questions, like “what constitutes a religion or religious liberty?” Can I just make up my religion today on the spot? Can I say that my religion is called BurnThyNeighborsPropertyism and say that it commands me to burn down my neighbor’s house? Or does it have to be an “organized” or “major” religion?…in which case, I should be able to deny services to Kim Davis based on her 3 divorces…

          • JT

            Yes, I’m just waiting for the christofascists to try to come up with some list of “approved” relgions to try to write their own religion into law.

          • Bruno

            I wonder if even Thomas or Scalia would go for an “approved religions” list.

          • JT

            One would hope not. I suppose Scalia could push his literalist line to the extreme and say that the founders had Judeo-Christian type religions in mind. That would be a hoot to see. Thomas is so inconsistent and idiosyncratic he might say anything.

          • Bruno

            I could see it from Thomas more than Scalia. He’s just so needing to please his religious banshee wife, he’ll do anything. Like be the lone dissenter saying that people who sign to have an anti-gay referendum on the ballot can do it anonymously.

          • Claude Jacques Bonhomme

            But Kennedy’s decision was very clear in his paragraph on religious freedom: “The Constitution, however, does not permit the State to bar same-sex couples from marriage on the same terms as accorded to couples of the opposite sex.” The Clerk represents the State.
            .

          • Reality.Bites

            Exactly. That’s the point I was going to make if I didn’t see it made here.

            “The state” includes any and all representatives of the state whose duties touch on marriage.

          • Tor

            Or, “I just don’t like the way he looks.” Missouri-Synod Lutheran.

        • Mark

          They really need to add the four words.

    • billbear1961

      How he can say those things and then possibly turn around and say she doesn’t have to obey the law because of her religious beliefs–which, especially in view of her multiple divorces and remarriages, are a CROCK–is truly beyond me!

      • TheFandomMenace

        She just needs to amend her belief that marriage is a union between one man and one woman…. up to three or four times.

        • billbear1961

          The hypocrite may not yet be done!

  • sw42

    Good for those protestors. Fuckin’ right.

  • bkmn

    See You Next Tuesday Kim!

  • hdtex

    We’re coming for you Kim!!!

    • LADY MABELINE

      Kim dear, you are about to kiss the rainbow.

  • Gigi

    What the…married four times and she thinks she has the right to deny a gay couple from getting married once? Shut the front door!

    • GreatLakeSailor

      Four out of five divorced Evangelicals believe Marriage is Sacred.
      –Mrs. Betty Bowers, America’s Best Christian

      • Gigi

        Love her!

  • Ninja0980

    How can anyone who has been married four times lecture anyone about the sanctity of marriage?

    • TampaDink

      Hypocrisy laced with hubris.

      • billbear1961

        You beat me to it!

        • TampaDink

          Great minds & all that. ☺

          • billbear1961

            🙂

            xx

    • SFBruce

      Good question, especially since the serial marryers are the ones who squeal the loudest.

      • anne marie in philly

        squeal like a pig!

    • DetailBear

      Well, only if she divorced. If her husbands died, she’d be fine. I mean, they might not have survived the wedding night, right?

  • Oscarlating Wildely

    So, when’s the hearing on that outfit?

    • People4Humanity

      The hearing will be held on the loading dock of their local Walmart, next to the dumpster.
      [That’s a ƒashionista hint, clerk Davis]

    • Piet

      Every time I look at that photo, I think of Grandma, who had a pinny apron in gray with pink flowers on it that looked just like that. She wore it when she went out to feed the chickens and slop the hogs. The difference? Grandma’s had rick-rack around the edges.

    • DumbHairyApe

      When? 1981. Where? Walmart.

  • Paula

    Married 4 times? Wow, I never imagined there were so many straight guys desperate enough to hit that.

    • TampaDink

      Cousins with substance abuse issues….what are ya gonna do?

      • LonelyLiberal

        Well, if she ain’t good enough for 3 of her cousins (at minimum), she ain’t good enough for our family neither.

        • TampaDink

          Exactly.

      • HadenoughBS

        Instead of playing “The Wedding March” at each of her multiple weddings, an albino youngster with only a few rotting teeth played “Dueling Banjos” from the movie “Deliverance”. Apropos, no?

        • lattebud

          Or Back In The Saddle Again

          • TampaDink

            Saddle sores from your sister. Eww.

        • TampaDink

          Perfect. Those younger couples choose something more current, hip, & now (for them)…”We Are Family”. The nice thing about that one is that it applies to the happy couple before & after as well as most of the guests.

      • Paula

        They’re Metheriffic!

        • TampaDink

          Yes, indeed!

        • TampaDink

          Metheriffic in the shining of the moon.

    • Gigi

      Most of ’em are probably like-minded relatives who understand her and think she’s a bit of a catch.

    • clarknt67

      Word is she had to marry one guy twice. So three husbands total for 4 marriages.

      • TampaDink

        Their mama talked her into that remarriage. She didn’t want to disown her own son.

        • Paula

          I see, the Hi Uncle Dad side of the family,

          • TampaDink

            Divorces in those families can wreak such havoc when parents are forced to take sides against either their daughter or their son. The only up side is that they’ll still have contact with the grand children.

    • TreGibbs

      Nose plugs help….

    • DumbHairyApe

      Maybe her bedroom skills offset her external/internal ugliness?

    • McSwagg

      In a word, she has (until now) a steady, reliable income.

  • geoffalnutt

    Of course she didn’t attend!! Christians think they’re above/outside the law. They always have. Our laws don’t apply to them…because…they’re Christians! Whichever law they don’t like they ignore on religious grounds.. Well, shit’s about to get real.

  • Steven Alan Taylor

    Morehead, Rowan County, East Kentucky, Kentucky, Appalachia, and rural folk, especially rural queers, everywhere deserve better than the terrible reputation this woman gives us. It’s just another excuse for outsiders to excuse their ignorance and apathy toward the Appalachian plight.
    Fuck off, Kim Davis. You’ll be a footnote in a hall of shame with George Wallace and Lester Mattox.

    • LonelyLiberal

      I don’t think she’ll get that much of a footnote. This is more like a mosquito nipping at a horse. Extremely annoying. Definitely not pleasant. But ultimately she’ll simply get slapped and go away.

      • Balderdashing

        Don’t kid yourself: some theocratic-rule group will try to push this case to the Supreme Court, crying “religious freedom” and “Hobby Lobby” all the way.

        What she probably really wants is a commentator job at Fox News.

        • Bruno

          They probably will, but SCOTUS will deny cert, thus no big religious freedom case at the national level.

          • Balderdashing

            It only takes four votes to grant cert: RATS.

          • Bruno

            I believe that Roberts at least won’t want the case. He’s a by-the-book kind of guy, and now that this is law, he’ll expect government officials to comply. That’s my theory, anyway.

        • Fox

          I don’t think she’s telegenic enough. They want their homophobic poster children to be good-looking enough, so that viewers are attracted to them and don’t change the channel.

        • Claude Jacques Bonhomme

          Not blonde and skinny enough.

  • LovesIrony

    her ugliness is now known nationwide. Let the shunning begin

  • Ragnar Lothbrok

    Did the Judge ask about CHARLIE BROWN per chance ?

  • bambinoitaliano

    By the way judge, her daughter also stole a dog.

  • Octavio

    Just a Reminder about Charlie Brown, the dog, and Kim Davis 🙂

    Jake, who runs the blog Pageonekentucky.com, wrote back last week to advise:

    “If you check the update, there’s a link to his Facebook group that has his contact information.
    Getting someone in his county to press charges is nearly impossible. We’ve gone through the county attorney and county attorneys in the surrounding area to no avail. Above county attorney is attorney general. There’s no way to get the attorney general to investigate, as he’s currently term-limited and running for governor (election this November in Kentucky). The two people running for the office of attorney general have expressed a lack of interest in pursuing any action against the Davis Family once they’re elected.

    So I’m not sure financial support would be of much benefit. The only thing that works here in Kentucky is publicity and exposure. Public pressure. I’d argue I’m one of the most widely-read in the state – especially among the political and media class – and all I’ve been able to do is get close enough to almost preventing Kim Davis from getting elected.

    One of my attorneys is currently suing her (Dan Canon, who was one of the SCOTUS attorneys – along with ACLU) in federal court, as you’re likely aware. All of that attention generated is increasing interest in Ross Madden’s case. Continuing to talk about it and spread it just helps put pressure on Davis and local electeds to take action or locate his dog.”

    So, remember to tweet, forward and post everywhere possible about the tragedy of Charlie Brown — the purloined puppy — and Kim Davis who is most likely responsible for not just refusing to issue marriage licenses but who also seems to promote dog theft. That is all. 🙂

  • Ninja0980

    I know people wanted a same day ruling but that very rarely happens.
    Even though it looks like the hammer is going to be brought down the judge has to explain in writing why that is.
    And that isn’t going to happen in one day.

  • Bruno

    Marriage equality has been needed for a long time in Kentucky, just look at their state seal! http://www.equalityontrial.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/500px-Seal_of_Kentucky.svg_-300×300.png

    • DumbHairyApe

      ‘”Oh, the farmer and the rancher can be friends!” 😉

  • Bruno

    This article says that the case may not be decided until mid-August, and says that Bunning did actually have a particular interest in the 1st Amendment claims: http://www.kentucky.com/2015/07/13/3943192_court-case-on-marriage-licenses.html?rh=1

    • billbear1961

      From quotes of what the judge said during the hearing, it sounds like he knows she must do her job.

      If he says otherwise, resistance to issuing licenses will spread like wildfire, and our civil right to marry will be trampled on all over the country.

      Sooner or later some higher court, SCOTUS if necessary, will HAVE to say religion cannot be used as an EXCUSE to deny people their civil rights.

      The alternative to that is chaos and grave injustice.

      • Bruno

        I haven’t been able to locate the ACLU’s suit. It might shed some light on the questions that Judge Bunning was addressing today. With so little info and no transcript, it’s hard to read between the lines, but my guess is that there was some question as to whether or not Davis’ religious freedom constitutes a sufficient public interest. It sounds like perhaps Bunning feels it does, and wants to address the 1st Amendment arguments, but a few of his statements seem to show him leaning towards our side’s arguments. We’ll have to wait and see.

    • billbear1961

      Jesus, I heard he said he’d rule tomorrow.

    • Mid-August? This needs to be decided NOW!

  • J̶a̶l̶a̶p̶e̶ñJoe Smithson

    Married her 4 times? Who would do that? SMDH

    • Ginger Snap

      It is from my experience on this rock we call earth that most male humans will stick their dicks in anything. Oh and the sanctity of marriage bullshit and Duggar, Duggar.

    • McSwagg

      She has a steady, reliable income. Often that is all it takes.

  • anne marie in philly

    this bitch needs to be fired NOW for insubordination! NO WAITING! my boss would not wait 30 days if I did not do my job. GTFO NOW, bitch!

  • RLK2

    Should be a slam dunk. Either uphold all laws or get out of the way. The government does not have a choice as the bans were ruled unconstitutional.

  • Claude Jacques Bonhomme

    Interesting, on the Fairness Campaign FB page, someone mentioned seeing her at the Courthouse, but leaving with her 4th husband.
    https://www.facebook.com/FairnessCampaign

    If she was available, and left before the proceedings, could she be held in contempt? Or is it OK if she hadn’t received the sub poena.

    • Bruno

      Don’t understand why they’yd bother to come down for no reason.

      • Claude Jacques Bonhomme

        Since we’re in the realm of speculation, I wouldn’t be surprised if their lawyers from Liberty Counsel advised them not to show up if they hadn’t officially received their subpoena, just to delay things.

      • Johnny Wyeknot

        Maybe her tucks fell out.

  • noni

    KET Television LIVE 7-13-15 at 8 p.m. ET/ 7 p.m. CT

    KET’s “Kentucky Tonight” host Bill Goodman and his guests discuss LGBT rights and religious liberty. Scheduled guests: Chris Hartman, director of the Fairness Campaign; Martin Cothran, senior policy analyst for The Family Foundation of Kentucky; Rev. Kelly Kirby, rector of St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church in Louisville; and Rev. Hershael York, senior pastor of Buck Run Baptist Church in Frankfort and professor at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.

    http://us1.campaign-archive2.com/?u=9b86d538d983570253bb1ba88&id=c3577a2310

  • NeverEclipsed81

    I finally got around to watching that full video. I’m just in shock at how rudely they were treated. From the second they walked in the door. Standing at the back of the room like that. Somebody needs to tell that county clerks office how America works.

    • noni

      Kim appears to be a tyrant that the citizens cower too or worship her. Sounds like Sheriff Joe Arpaio out in AZ. I don’t understand the worship of tyrants

  • Bonobo

    Is she saluting Hitler?

    • Cosmo Tupper

      Heil Hitler! May the pure white straight christian race destroy all others to procreate and cultivate our supreme race. Mass graves shall be filled with the unpure, vile and weaker of the world and only “we” shall reign over the universe. And we won’t have no more gay babies, because after all, gays can only procreate gays? Sound familiar you Nazi!

  • kaydenpat

    Married four times but still got something to say about other people’s personal lives. Heavens help us!

  • TreGibbs

    An admitted adulterer refuses to grant a state marriage certificate to a tax paying citizen of that state, based on religious grounds. Hmmm… pretty clear who’s in the wrong here.

  • agcons

    One in every thread. Flagged.

  • Cosmo Tupper

    She must be pure as the driven snow. Never had sex outside of marriage and only had sex to procreate, per god’s will. No fornication, no adultery and never divorced and remarried…… Uh, not so pure, eh? Because, per god, you can only have sex within your first marriage that only concludes with death of one of the spouses. After the first marriage is disolved after the death of one of the spouses, god prescribes abstinence….FOREVER!!!! Otherwise YOU are an ABOMINATION IN your god’s eyes you hypocritical b*tch!

    • D. J.

      Was Kim the one that noticed Bristol was knocked up sending her packing back to Alaska?