Renegade KY Anti-Gay Clerk Kim Davis Defies SCOTUS, Issues Statement: I Don’t Want To Go To Hell

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  1. jawillie says:

    First off, I don’t know what Bible she reads, but Jesus never said a thing about marriage or homosexuality. Secondly, if she’s so afraid of going to hell because she gave a marriage license to a couple of guys, then she should quit the job and pursue a profession more to her liking, like cult leader for the church of the crazy-ass.

  2. Ms. Davis follows a selective form of Christianity and uses a redacted version of the bible. Thankfully both ,her version of Christianity and edition of the Bible are not the ones more widely in circulation. I am sorry, I feel nothing but pity for this poor ,misguided and intellectually challenged woman.Unfortunately groups like this LIBERTY COUNSEL . find people like Ms. Davis, get them intoxicated with attention. Feeding them their hate filled rhetoric that preys on the fears and ignorance. Once they have used up Ms. Davis 10 minutes of fame they will move on. Leaving her forever vilified ,ostracized and without an understanding of why..

  3. Ms. Davis is stuck in her beliefs and no court or law is going to change her mind. Unfortunately, the religious belief she is adhered to is not one that can offer her a graceful out. Her bible has exceptions, should she choose to heed them: e.g. “render unto Caesar what is Caesar’s and to God what is God’s” but the infinite number of christian sects all have a different angle on the bible and their own version of the “truth”.
    Geez, Isn’t there anyone else in the county who can issue marriage licenses?

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