POLL: Majority Says Kim Davis Should Do Her Job

As the Kim Davis saga continues to plod along in the courts, a poll released today reveals that a majority of Americans oppose religious exemptions for civil servants. The Associated Press reports:

Most Americans — 56 percent — now think government officials who issue marriage licenses should be required to issue them to gay and lesbian couples even if they have religious objections to do so, according to the new poll. Just 41 percent say there should be a religious exemption to that requirement. That’s a shift since an earlier AP-GfK poll conducted in July. Then, Americans were about evenly split, with 49 percent saying officials with religious objections should be exempt from issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples and 47 percent saying they should be required to issue them.

That shift was especially stark among Republicans. A majority of them —58 percent — still favor religious exemptions for officials issuing marriage licenses, but that’s down 14 points since 72 percent said so in July. That shift comes despite no equivalent change in Republicans’ opinions on same-sex marriage more generally. And a majority of moderate to liberal Republicans — 58 percent — now say there should be no exemption, after just 35 percent said so in July. Among conservative Republicans, 68 percent still say religious objectors should be allowed to abstain from issuing licenses to gays and lesbians. Among Democrats, 73 percent think there should be no religious exemption, a slight uptick since July when 67 percent said so.

The poll also reveals no post-Obergefell change in the support for marriage equality with 43% in favor and 39% opposed.

  • Ed Burrow

    uh oh…your support is dwindling.
    good.

  • dcurlee

    Let her do her job or come January impeach her. It’s pretty simple if at my job I chose not to do a function because of a belief they would find someone that would.

    • b

      Her fucking salary comes from up, not from magic. If she wants to take bucks but not deliver to the payer, then FUCK HER.

      • dcurlee

        I agree she needs to go period in my opinion but if the courts won’t do anything it my understanding legislation isn’t back in session until January. That’s when they could proceed with impeachment

    • b

      Let God deliver her burger and fries.

  • oikos
  • Steven Alan Taylor

    Kentucky voters may or may not like her position. THat’s not the point here.
    The rule in Kentucky is as follows, verbatim:

    DON’T ROCK THE BOAT.

    You protest? You’ll lose support.
    You disrupt business? You’ll lose support.
    You give the state a bad name? You’ll DEFINITELY lose support.

    KY’s voters may or may not be getting gay-friendly. BUt they have always hated someone who makes everything about them and makes us look worse in the eyes of a nation that already regards us as bumfuck-nowhere rednecks.

  • Ninja0980

    Didn’t her 15 mins of fame end a while ago?

    • For the most part yes although there is additional litigation that will continue to be fought in the courts. I just enjoy the fact that Liberty Counsel is dumping all these resources into pushing this case and it is having the opposite effect on public opinion then what they want. It is priceless.

      • Ninja0980

        I enjoy it when the anti-gay tactics of the bigots backfire on them.
        The Minnesota Republicans pushing the anti-gay ban back in 2012 was the best example of that.

        • Yes and I would also argue that pop 8 was another example of this. They overreached and the backlash over that almost certainly served to accelerate marriage equality in the US.

          • Ninja0980

            I think Prop 8 generated a backlash in large part because it took away a right that had been in place for several months, one of the only times in this country’s history a minority group was granted a civil right before having it taken away by popular vote

          • Schlukitz

            Yep. That set a precedent.

          • Yes. It was a wake-up call that this wasn’t something that
            just would happen on its own eventually but rather was something that needed to be fought for because the other side was going to do everything it could to prevent it and even role it back. Plus it also exposed many of the connections and tactics that the other sides relied on.

      • Necessitas

        They never know when to stop.

    • Duh-David

      Was it Andy Warhol who said, “in the future, everyone will be famous for 15 cents?”

      • Snarkaholic

        That’s fifty percent of Kim’s annual grooming allowance!

      • Ray Taylor

        No, you did. 😉

    • Doug105

      ..

    • geoffalnutt

      Yeah. She’s running on fumes.

  • b

    Of course! You pay taxes to have someone do a fucking job! They are YOUR employee. You don’t let brat employees exercise their conscience! If they do, you FIRE THEM.

    • Schlukitz

      She can’t be fired.

  • Gay Fordham Prep Grad

    But she is doing her job, “Media Whore.”

  • It can’t be said enough that this entire Kim Davis saga has been an unmitigated PR disaster for the anti-gays. They wanted this to be a rallying point, something to use as a fake victim to build public support for them and instead just the opposite has happened. All they have done is shown how hypocritical they are, how fake their claims are, and how unreasonable they are. So keep it up Liberty Counsel….you are doing a great job at undermining your own side.

    • bkmn

      Yeah, lets choose someone who is on their fourth marriage and got pregnant by H#2 while married to H#1. Perfect case to try to take “religious freedom” all the way to SCOTUS. Why anyone is still donating money to Liberty Counsel is beyond me.

      • jmax

        Even worse – she got pregnant by husband 3 !

        • Jeffg166

          Thanks for that correction. We shouldn’t short change Kim reporting her sorted life.

        • bkmn

          It’s all so confusing!

          • BobSF_94117

            Yeah, I thought 1 was 3 or maybe 4 is 2???

          • jmax

            Imagine Father’s Day in that household.

          • Librarykid

            Try drawing that family tree and it will look like Kudzu.

      • The fact that they went with her for this crusade just shows how limited their options were…very few people wanted to play the part of their fake victim so they could not afford to turn aside even the most disqualified candidate imaginable for the role.

        • Ninja0980

          Many others who thought of trying it had actual lawyers who told them they would be on the hook for legal fees in their failed fight.

      • noni

        Most of the donation are through religious scams on elderly people just trying to be kind or not “getting in trouble” from God.

        It’s a sick business scamming for God.

    • Mike C

      It’s hard to win when you’ve picked the perfect Disney villain as your fake victim.

      • Very true the optics on this were always going to put them at a disadvantage but they went with it anyway because they were desperate. Just shows how few people wanted to play their fake victim game.

        • lymis

          Even without the optics, choosing a thrice-divorced serial denomination hopper with kids born out of wedlock and conceived with a man she was cheating on her husband with at the time as the poster child for EITHER the sanctity of straight marriage or the triumph of religious convictions wasn’t going to go over well.

          • Stephen Elliot Phillips

            OMG you liberals and youre “gotcha” comments!

            Your facts are standing in our way of religious freedom!!

          • Point of order

            Hey hey hay… All is forgiven when you find Him. So sanctity schmanctity. You can only judge her from since she converted.

            I mean, that’s how it works right? Surely, that has to be how it works!

          • David L. Caster

            Do try to remember it’s all just pretend. Of course that’s how it works. Get Jeebus and its ollie ollie oxen free.

      • Herald

        I never thought of her that way, but you nailed it!

      • rkwright

        Cmon, Disney Villians are way cooler than that…😜

        • Strepsi
          • rkwright

            I cheered when Kathy Bates won the Oscar for that role. Misery is one of my favorites. And Piper Laurie was amazing in Carrie.

          • The WITCH

            “I can see your dirty pillows.”

          • rkwright

            They’re breasts, momma. Everybody’s got them….

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        • olandp

          And Disney villains are far more glamorous…

          • Robincho

            And don’t forget Maleficent’s magnificence…

          • olandp

            And Ursula in The Little Mermaid was based on Divine…

        • grumpyoldman
          • olandp

            Love Cruella!

    • Randolph Finder

      Agreed. The ideal rallying point for them would be an African-American baker belong to AME-Zion in someplace like Austin with another baker half a block away.

    • regal881s

      As one of the mob wives said:

      • Happy Dance

        The rats don’t even want her!

  • crewman

    Sadly, “religious freedom” will play out over years. The article also includes this:

    On a more general level, Americans are slightly more likely to say that it’s more important for the government to protect religious liberties than the rights of gays and lesbians when the two come into conflict, 51 percent to 45 percent.

    But on the positive side, the article adds:

    But that, too, is a slight shift since July, when 56 percent said it’s more important to protect religious liberties.

    • Gustav2

      Much of the difference in the numbers is the rhetoric from the other side has places of worship required to comply to the Gay Agenda™. It will take a while for that idea to diminish, but it will.

    • Doug105
    • lymis

      I want to see the followup question – impossible in statistical polling – about what these people actually think religious liberty is.

      And how people feel when the claim is that “My religious views, no matter what they are, exempt me from any law, including any that protect you from me.”

  • Ragnar Lothbrok

    I think she should put a bag on her head and just STFU.

    • LonelyLiberal

      Paper or plastic?

      • Body.

        • LonelyLiberal

          Ten points!

      • delk

        For years when the cashier would ask me what kind of bag I wanted, I always said, “Nancy Reagan”.

      • oikos

        Preferably plastic with a twist tie.

      • greenmanTN

        Plastic, with a rubber band around her neck to make sure her hair doesn’t get wet!

    • Librarykid

      or at least a white hood.

  • mikeinrkfd

    They have lost on this one, they just need to give it up.

    • Paula

      I sincerely hope that Little Kimmie has seen this photo.

      • I can FAX this to her.

        • Paula

          Go for it. That would fed into her x-tian persecution complex, though..

      • Chucktech

        She may be too stupid to know what this is. The dildo really ought to be a more “normal looking” run-of the mill, unadorned penis, just to drive home the point.

        • zhera

          Oh please! Dim Kim has seen enough cock in her life to know what that is. 😀

      • Librarykid

        Maybe she will repair those split ends.

  • LonelyLiberal

    Hint: Next time, don’t pick an adulterous whore with a really bad TV presence and a majorly grating attitude as your spokesperson. This cost you guys tons of support.

    Of course, it doesn’t help that many people can foresee the same thing happening to them if they don’t precisely toe the religious right line…and they don’t like that. The shift should get even more extreme as some places enact these laws and very clearly innocent and decent people get refused.

  • Michael Smith

    Maybe Kim can run for the Senate in Florida. She can refuse to do her job and still get paid.

    • crewman

      Or she could run for Supreme Justice in Alabama. Willingness to put her religion above the law, even in contempt of court, seems to be the only qualification.

    • delk

      Run? Thanks for the image of multiple body part chafing.

  • Wynter Marie Starr

    I think her 80 grand a year salary might have also had something to do with it. That’s a nice chunk of change coming out of taxpayers pockets to not do what seems like an easy job to begin with.

    • oikos

      Especially in Kentucky.

      • Wynter Marie Starr

        I wonder why that particular job pays so much, Oikos. It doesn’t really seem like rocket science and given that you can pick and choose what you will or will not do, it seems like a fortune for a job that you don’t even need an education for. We should be paying teachers that kind of money, not clerks to push paper. Or not.

        • oikos

          Totally agree. Teachers are woefully underpaid and this know nothing bible thumper makes far more money than any notary should make.

          • Wynter Marie Starr

            And given how easy i is to become a notary, it makes even less sense.

        • noni

          Especially where she can’t be held accountable at all for the supposed responsibilities she has. Can’t recall her, can’t fire her, can’t make her show up for work, can make her follow the law of the US, etc.

          • Wynter Marie Starr

            Yes, there is that, Noni. No damn accountability. She works for us, not the other way around.

    • Thanks for that reminder about her salary. As of October 16th she has collected $26,664 while refusing to do her job.

      • Wynter Marie Starr

        It’s an outrage.

  • Sam_Handwich

    their newest martyr is a high school football coach in Washington state who was suspended after repeatedly being told by administrators not to lead the team in prayer after every fucking game

    Tony Baloney tweeted an article about it this morning

    http://www.foxnews.com/us/2015/10/30/high-school-football-coach-on-leave-for-praying-attends-game-prays-with/

    • LonelyLiberal

      I’ll let him do that if I can lead a prayer to Sylvanus.

      • Chucktech

        The Satanists have already said they’re going to go on the field and have their own little prayer if he pulls this prayer crap again. That’s when they suspended this guy.

        • Herald

          Somehow the Satanists always get their attention. I knoew a School district all set to post the big 10 in every school until they learned they would have to post the Satanist’s commandments too.

          • noni

            Yep Washington State went the other way when it came to Christmas displays in the Capitol Rotunda. When other religions Jewish and Satanists wanted their displays just like Christians had for decades, the State suddenly decided no religion was going to have a display. Of course that led to the Christians wailing “See how the Jews and Satan ruined it for everyone!” Now everyone can have a display as long as it is outside on the Capitol Lawn in a designated area far off on the outer edges. A plastic baby jesus doll rolling in hay in a broken down nativity. The bright point is the Atheist sign that explains why separation of church and state is needed in a democracy. Of course this sign has been vandalized and stolen several times. Can’t imagine what group would do that?

        • noni

          The article does say that some students told the Satanist to leave and then “threw liquid on them”.

          Such nice Christians supporting their (and only their) religious freedom.

          • olandp

            That was Holy Water and they were baptizing the Satanists.

    • bkmn

      It’s not going well for him so far. The school district has been concisely slapping him down every time he defies and he is currently suspended. And I caught the state AG on public TV last week talking about viciously prosecuting the Cottonelles in Washington, so for the time being they won’t get away with this crap for long.

      • cheakamus

        With pay, unfortunately. That needs to end, and pronto.

        • bkmn

          The board is going through the motions and crossing all the T’s and dotting all the I’s so he can’t make a counter-claim against them. I can’t fault them for that.

    • noni

      “Coach Kennedy has prayed before and after games since 2008, but was only asked to stop recently after the practice came to the district’s attention.”

      The school district didn’t notice for 8 years?

      Anyone believe that bullshit?

    • noni

      Yeah Mat Staver figures by combining his “Christian Persecution” crusade with football he has a winner, since so many are willing to overlook everything to get their football fix.

  • Alan43

    I’m curious as to their gay marriage numbers…43% vs 39%? That’s at odds with other polls, which average about 55% vs 35 %

    • noni

      yeah, something doesn’t add up or I don’t understand what they are referring to.

  • it’s like watching air deflate out of a balloon. interest in opposing gay equality is fading, and the money along with it. the troglodytes that think Kimchee is some sort of hero are generally simple, lame people who won’t find the energy to care about it much anymore. in a short while. faster than i would’ve thought, frankly, if these numbers reflect the general reality.

    • Yeah I would also agree that it is faster than I would have thought. I think in many ways this is because the simple reality is that marriage is a happy thing and hard to protest directly. The anti-gays were trying to paint someone who was standing in the way of loving couples from getting married as a hero and the general public quickly will see that person as the villain when they see the actual couple being denied the actual marriage. We saw the same thing in France, the anti-gay protest movement tried to protest a few same sex weddings but that was a huge PR mistake for them and people quickly turned against the protest movement after that. NOM will of course attempt their silly little marriage march next spring….it shall be interesting to see who they can convince to show up.

      • noni

        Sen. Ruben Diaz (D – Disgrace, NY) will be there to spread his Christian love.

    • Necessitas

      Two months is the limit of the public’s interest (and patience) in about 99.9% of anything.

  • Rick

    It’s obscene that this idiot earns over $80K a year for essentially doing the work of a notary public.

    • Necessitas

      Doing?

    • noni

      Well she does do the Lard’s work and of course that includes the entire Universe, so she does have a lot of responsibility including sole judge, jury, and executioner based on whatever Bobble verse she favors that day.

  • delk

    “I’m a Christian, and I believe that a marriage is between a man and a woman,” said Iona O’Banion, one respondent in the poll.. “But she’s the county clerk. It is her job to issue marriage licenses. And if it is the law of the land, then that’s what she is supposed to do.”

    O’Banion, a 78-year-old retiree in Owen County, said the attention Davis has brought to Kentucky has been “awful,” and she believes the clerk is only basking in the limelight.

    “Everybody looks on us like we don’t have shoes and teeth,” she said. “I just feel like she is enjoying herself to the hilt.”

    USA Today

    • LonelyLiberal

      They don’t have shoes and teeth, they just want everybody to think they’re wearing gorgeous robes, Jimmy Choos and have perfect dentition.

      +1 to Kim for exposing the toothlessness of the argument!

      • Necessitas

        Kentucky doesn’t have an image problem, they have a Kentucky problem. (Yes, it is really a child from KY.) I’ve got several thousand more.

        • LonelyLiberal

          I suppose the nicotine represses the hunger pangs.

          • Necessitas

            Here’s one. The Great Depression? The Dust Bowl?
            Nope, Kentucky 1991:

          • noni

            and the daily emotional and physical abuse he endures.

            As outlined in and required by the Holy Bobble.

      • Stev84

        I see what you did there

    • crewman

      “Everybody looks on us like we don’t have shoes and teeth”

      I really can sympathize with what it’s like to be from a place people make fun of. I come from such a place as well. But it doesn’t help when Kim Davis’ husband shows up to a well orchestrated press conference wearing overalls and a straw hat.

      • Doug105
        • delk

          Lugging around all that hate has sure done a job on their posture.

      • JustSayin’

        Why is it hard to identify a hillbilly murder victim? …no dental records….

        • Doug105

          Drum roll.

      • David Walker

        Around here, people make fun of people living in Perry County. It’s the measure of hickdom. Back when “you might be a redneck if” jokes were popular, people substituted “from Perry County” for “a redneck.” People from Perry County, to feel better about themselves, feel the same about people in Juniata County, and THEY look down on Snyder Countians. The “…we don’t have shoes and teeth” bit just keeps going. Yet it’s interesting that the need to have someone you feel better than is so necessary.

      • noni

        Those clothes were orchestrated by Mat Staver. It was to appeal to the “normal” Kentucky hillbilly.

    • Doug105
    • Gustav2

      Whenever someone says, “I am a Christian…” I always interrupt and ask what denomination, if only to measure the depth of crazy.

      • Chucktech

        I tell them, in a pseudo-pitying and condescending tone, that there’s care and treatment for that.

        • Gustav2

          And it’s covered by ObamaCare!

      • delk

        There is a psychiatry group of four doctors on the same floor as my orthopedic surgeon. I swiped a stack of their business cards to hand out.

      • olandp

        Whenever someone says, “I am a Christian…” I always check and make sure I still have my wallet.

    • bkmn

      I hope the citizens of Rowan County feel free to sue Kim for the costs associated with her breaking the law. Make her feel her pain.

    • Well, yeah. If the shoe fits….

      http://i.giphy.com/l41lZueIdjFYfQJbi.gif

    • Librarykid

      Would she, by any chance, be related to Anges Gooch O’Bannion?

  • Doug105
  • delk

    “If we don’t have religious liberty, we don’t have a nation,” ( Reverend Randy) Smith said. “I would be willing to pay all of my tax dollars to this very subject to preserve religious liberty.”

    goddamn liar

    • crewman

      If we don’t have religious liberty, we don’t have a nation

      If we don’t follow the Establishment Clause we don’t have a nation; we have a country well underway to becoming a theocracy.

      I would be willing to pay all of my tax dollars to this very subject to preserve religious liberty.

      Gee, I would love to earmark where my tax dollars go too. But that’s not how this works.

      Their lack of understanding of our country really is startling. And as much as they wrap themselves in a flag, their attitudes are often actually anti-American.

      • Librarykid

        But these idiots never equate Iran or Saudi Arabia with a Christian “theocrazy.” They know nothing of history of how terrible things were when the RCC ran the governments of Europe. I think of how bad the church running things is every time one of those ads comes on for starving children. Prohibiting birth control has allowed the population to grow beyond what the land can support in so many areas and now we, not the churches responsible for the mess, are supposed to pony up to not really help the situation but to keep victims of religious dogma and fucking missionary work alive so that they can live to breed more suffering beings, too.

    • I would be willing to pay all of my tax dollars to this very subject to preserve only Catholic religious liberty.

      i wish the reporter had asked him if that statement would ever pass his lips.

      • Tor

        Or how about “I would be willing to pay all of my tax dollars to this very subject to preserve religious liberty for all, including Muslims, Bhuddists, Satanists, Athiests, Christians and all others..”

    • zhera

      Does he even pay taxes?

  • Jimmie Z

    I wish to suggest this do-over for Dim Kavis, courtesy of photofunny:

    • Christopher

      Easier on the eyes!

      • Guy S. Plahn

        Insulting to Chuck Close

        • Stubenville

          I think it’s actually an upchuck.

    • Librarykid

      It is a shame that Picasso is not alive to paint her.

  • TreGibbs

    Only 56%??? Jesus – almost half the people surveyed are complete idiots, and do not understand this country’s constitution. How incredibly sad and dangerous.

  • rkwright

    Are those Obergefell numbers accurate? It’s hard to fathom 18 percent of the population has no opinion on marriage equality. But heck, it’s possible, I suppose, but it is surprising.

    • lymis

      I could believe that 18% of those asked told the pollsters they would not express an opinion. I’d count most of them as opposed, but showing signs of increasing social pressure to be in favor.

      • rkwright

        I’m just taking into consideration the margin of error, and I, personally believe that it’s surprising that almost 1/4 of the population has no opinion on a current social issue. I don’t believe that is normal for questions on social issues. It just seems to be a large number to me in comparison with other social issues and the no opinion answer.

        • lymis

          My point is that there is a big difference between having no opinion and being unwilling to discuss that opinion with a random stranger who called you at home.

        • RoFaWh

          Perhaps that 18% are the people who long ago figured out that the opposition to marriage equality is just a tempest in a teapot.

    • JustSayin’

      Rk, why is it surprising that people who do not feel they are affected by a specific issue would admit to having no opinion one way or another?

      • rkwright

        It surprises me that the number is almost 20 percent, and that if the margin of error is included it could range from 14 to 21 percent. A quarter of the population having no view on a modern subject is fairly high.
        Am I not entitled to have an opinion on it that you’d feel the need to try to slap down my post? Your question was not written in a manner that wants to really understand my point of view, rather it’s written to be a dickish manner insinuating my opinion is unwarranted.

  • lymis

    As always, looks like they didn’t ask the right questions.

    Kim Davis not only didn’t want to personally issue a license – she used her authority to bar the issuance of licenses, by anyone, in her entire county.

    While I think that any official should be required to do their job, there’s a huge difference between asking for the accommodation to not have to personally do something as long as someone else is willing to do it, so that the citizen seamlessly gets what they are due, and for an entire office to refuse to do it – forcing the citizen to go elsewhere, and using your authority to bar even people who are perfectly willing to provide the service from doing so.

    They’re perpetuating the myth that Kim Davis simply didn’t want to sign a standard form for a gay couple. This goes much deeper and much further than that. So this poll they conducted really only skims the surface of a much broader discussion.

    The Carolina compromise – I forget whether it was North or South Carolina, where people who were responsible for issuing licenses or conducting ceremonies were required to put it in writing and were opting out from ALL such services, and the supervisors were required under penalty of law to ensure that someone in the office was available to provide services to everyone who walked in any time the office was open, and that if everyone in the office opted out , the state was required to provide a replacement who would do the job at state expense, comes the closest to reasonable that I’ve seen – since it starts from the assumption that all citizens get all services without delay and without picking and choosing, while allowing for individuals to completely opt out (and had to renew that option every six months, in writing.)

  • Christopher

    Doesn’t believe in wearing costumes…still does his job!

  • pablo

    Joe, I appreciate the continued coverage of this, but can you refrain from posting Davis pics? I’m really sick of looking at this bitch’s fivehead.

  • rkwright

    Important to. One that even with the margin of error +/- 3 percent that we still have the majority at the minus number and a large advantage if the plus number. Good results overall.

  • Piernudo15

    Is it just me, or does Kimmie in green remind anyone else of the Sea Monster from “Sigmund and the Sea Monsters”?

  • HomerTh

    Mat Staver picked the wrong person to be his religious liberty spokesmodel. Kim Davis is just hideous, and a majority of Americans do not want to be identified with her.

    • RoFaWh

      It’s a measure of Staver’s insensitivity that he should have chosen a whore as his standard bearer.

  • teeveedub

    “… moderate to liberal Republicans …”

    LOL

    • billbear1961

      All 12 of them!

  • John Calendo

    What is the status of the case against Davis for defacing marriage certificates?

  • Sam_Handwich

    A couple of days ago, Justice Kennedy took a question on this topic from a Harvard student….

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=ZHbMPnA5n0Q#t=3041

    • 2guysnamedjoe

      Thanks for posting this.

    • lymis

      “New insights into life” ?!?!?

  • The Sentinel

    Nevermind the poll. I need this Kim Davis t-shirt STAT!

    • Robincho

      Nevermind the shirt. I need what’s wearing it!…

  • anne marie in philly

    well DUH! at $80K/year, she should be on her knees for every couple that wants a marriage license! stoopid bitch!

  • Hey, it’s been over 40 days since Kim Davis rose from the jail. Shouldn’t she have ascended into heaven by now?

  • BobSF_94117

    None of these polls honestly present what Kim Davis wants. If they did, she’d get single digits.

  • david fairfield

    What is taking so long for the state to announce that her altered marriage licenses are inconsistent with the rest of the states same documents required data and therefore she deliberately DISOBEYED the judges order to comply with the law and NOT interfere with the issuance of ssm licenses? Anyone??

  • Happy Dance

    Why is she not in jail and unemployed?

  • TheSpinMonkey

    Lets just ship her to Russia or Iran

  • Duane Dimitrov

    I love it when things like this come out.

    These fucking theocrats always–and I mean ALWAYS–claim to represent all of America, when in fact they are the out-of-touch minority with repulsive views.

    It also speaks to a larger issue, which you could call “Conservative Derangement Syndrome,” a syndrome where (1) conservatives assume–and they just KNOW–that everyone holds their views, deep down, and (2) that any loss is not a rebuke of conservatism–it certainly cannot be that!–but rather took place because Candidate X “wasn’t conservative enough.”

    It’s time we start calling out conservatives suffering from CDS.

  • billbear1961

    And for those who think government officials should be able to turn US away if we offend their religious beliefs, I have ONE goddamned QUESTION: can they turn YOU away if YOU offend their religious beliefs, if they find YOU sinful??

    No, THAT would be DIFFERENT, you say?

    No, it would NOT–it would be exactly the same thing, the SAME outrageous INJUSTICE, you fucking HYPOCRITES!!

  • billbear1961

    43 + 39 = 82

    Where’s the other EIGHTEEN percent?

    • Platos_Redhaired_Stepchild

      The other 18% were probably “No Opinion” or “I don’t know”.

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