Kim Davis, Kentucky clerk, ordered to jail for not issuing same-sex marriage licenses

by Adam Beam - Associated Press | The Washington Times  |  published on September 4, 2015

ASHLAND, Ky. — A federal judge ordered a defiant county clerk to jail for contempt Thursday after she insisted that it would violate her conscience to follow court orders to issue marriage licenses to gay couples.

Rowan County clerk Kim Davis and her deputy clerks were summoned to appear before U.S. District Judge David Bunning after she repeatedly denied them marriage licenses, cited her religious beliefs and “God’s authority.”

  • Diane Brenner

    Let me create a scenario here. The President (no offense meant here to Obama) has secret service men in his employ. They are out for a ride when the President sees a group of people along the road. The President orders the limo to stop and then orders the secret servicemen to shoot down the people in the group. One secret serviceman says, “I can’t do that. They aren’t doing anything to justify killing them.” The President says, “you are in my employ and you took an oath to follow my orders without question. Now, I said to shoot them.”
    Should the secret serviceman follow the President’s orders? Or is he allowed to refuse based on the fifth commandment of God? “Thou shalt not kill.” Even if he has had to shoot persons previously that imperiled the President’s life? Should the man be imprisoned until he agrees to kill whoever the President tells him to kill?

  • Obama Boys!

  • U.S. District Judge David Bunning must be plying to be the next Obama Butt Boy, once Mike/Michelle dumps Hussein after he leaves office! Does Bunning look good in a dress? Hope the scumbag gets AIDS, along with his Kenyan Muslim Queen, Hussein! May all these perverts Face Judgment soon, and be cast into the Lake of Fire, where Allah/satan resides!

  • 63Marine

    Hell!! That two-bit queer judge doesn’t even have jurisdiction in that county where all this chit is going on. He needs to be removed from the bench and an apology be issued to Ms. Davis and she should get paid for all the chit she has had to endure.

  • elda

    Can’t she just declare herself a sanctuary clerk the way cities like San Francisco protect illegals that murder and rape people do? It seems to me that is the progressives can follow only the laws they like so should the Christians.

  • J_R_K

    Our very first thought criminal on her way to jail. Christianity is now illegal if it offends the perverted sex tyrants who now officially run the state (country) and own every citizen…. and their children … just look at the bathroom signs being changed and the words that can’t be said.

    • elda

      Woe unto those that call evil good and good evil. We are living in those times now. I actually take comfort in knowing God told us this would happen and warned us how this was treated before. We must take care to always stand on the side of truth and not sin. I am proud of this woman for standing for her principals. We will soon all have to stand just like her.

    • John Last

      A new civil war has begun !
      THIS time, the “Dumbascrap’s are going down for the count !
      I believe these united States will become the United Regions of America.
      Ya know all this talk about a wall to the south ?
      We need to build TWO more, to isolate BOTH left coasts.
      It’s ok. We’ll probably see the gulf coast “step up” & replace both the “others” as shipping ports.
      No biggie-da !!!

  • DocJimmy

    Hey Yo – Judge Bunning – You are on the wrong side of right and wrong, as is the UnSupreme court. Stop thinking about what’s legal and start acting on what’s “right and wrong”… If you don’t know the difference, then leave the “bench”

    • bobnstuff

      The judge gave her every chance not to go to jail. All she had to do was nothing. It was her choice to go to jail. If I couldn’t do my job my boss would fire me, not say just don’t come to work. No one is trying to make her go against her faith, they just want her to let others do their job. She isn’t standing for freedom of religion in fact she is trying to push her religion on everyone else. Same sex marriage is legal in our country, it’s excepted in a number of churches. If she followed Islam the same people who are supporting her would be demanding her to quit her job. No one is asking her to go against her faith. They just want the job done.

      • DocJimmy

        Wrong answer – wrong response. The fact that a group of paper-hang’n sociopathic misfits made a pagan act legal does not make it right. It is about what is right and what is wrong that is the issue, not what is legal. Sharia Law makes it legal to beat ones wife or stone them to death for being raped or some such nonsense. It is NOT RIGHT, it’s just legal.

        • Luke

          The filth and evil are winning, war is coming..

          • elda

            Its okay, God is in the process of separating the wheat from the tares.

          • bobnstuff

            If I were you I would be careful. God doesn’t like haters of any type.

          • elda

            And who am I hating? We are supposed to judge behavior and He gives us many examples of what to do and what not to do. As for hate, I do not hate anyone. How about you?

          • bobnstuff

            What I’m saying is hate the sin, love the sinner. I’m blessed enough to have the Love of Christ and share it in all things. The thing here is the level of the sin that people are getting all upset about. It’s not a mortal sin, not on the top ten list or one of the ones Christ talked about. It’s in the list of lesser sins like gossiping. If refusing services to sinners is your goal then you are out of business since we are all sinners. If you think that your sinning by helping someone sin the you had better look out because even giving someone food could help them over eat which is a sin.

          • elda

            I agree you love all of God’s creations. He gives us all kinds of examples of how to act toward each other. Just because He did not talk specifically about homosexuality in any of the books chosen to comprise the New Testament does not mean it was no longer a sin. One of the first laws given was to be fruitful and multiply. That is one of the biggest. Homosexuality is totally against that. God also tells us to stand with Him and not the sinners. That is why He got Lot and his wife and 2 daughters out of Sodom.

          • bobnstuff

            Have you read the story of Lot, I think Rape may have been the great sin there. As for the fruitful and multiply, you must not know many gays. Half the couples I know are raising families, many biological.

          • elda

            I suppose you are talking about the daughters thinking they would not be able to have children so they got their father drunk and got pregnant that way. I have wondered about that. But they were not punished for it rather they were blessed. No, it was the men wanting to rape the 3 strangers that got punished and it was for generations of bad behavior. As for my gay friends not one has a biological child with their partner. Some have kids through the use of someone else’s husband and a turkey baster or AI with a woman not part of the family who carries the baby for them, and of course adoption. Those kids are not being raised by their biological parents. Maybe one parent. If there were no AI and no adoption gays would not be parents.

          • bobnstuff

            Sodom and Gomorrah was not some super gay city and what the men of the town wanted was not sex but the rape of the strangers. Rape is about violance and power. The men who commit rape in prison are not homosexuals. It about having power over others. It was the same in the story of Lot. The message that the town folk wanted to send out was stay away or pay the price. The city was destroyed because of the mistreating God angles and for not respecting Gods laws.

          • elda

            Honestly I do not believe God only judges the power hungry rapists that use sodomy. Sodomy is a sin no matter how it is applied. Rape is rape no matter why it is done. I know some rape as a way of showing their dominance over others. That is how it is used in the middle east. They think it is just fine as long as they are the giver, not the receiver. I don’t care what the mental issues, it is all evil. The angles came to destroy the city because of the evil that had taken over it. It was on the hit list before the men came and showed their true colors.

          • bobnstuff

            Since less the half the guys commit Sodomy and more straights do it then gays maybe we should stop having marriage all together.

            http://www.huffingtonpost.com/noah-michelson/gay-sex_b_1822137.html

            In 1st Corinthians 6 9-10the meaning can go either way on how you read one word, arsenokoite, that doesn’t translate well from the Greek. http://christianteens.about.com/od/whatthebiblesaysabout/a/wbsaHomosexual.htm

          • John Last

            Uh, wheat from the chaff , maybe ?

          • elda

            No, I am probably spelling it wrong but remember the wheat was planted and someone came in the night and planted some horrible weed. I get the feeling it is something like thistle. So the Lord said to just let it all grow together and then the wheat would be removed from the nasty stuff and then the field would be burned. I think we are a prime example of the lesson of that story.

          • bobnstuff

            You have not work on a farm,

          • elda

            I do work on my own farm. But I do not plant field crops. I feed them to livestock but I do not grow it.

          • bobnstuff

            Chaff is the husk of the grain. The part that has no value.

          • elda

            I think you are talking about winnowing which saves the grain and blows out of the chaff so it can be used for making flour or crushed for other uses. Above I was talking about the parable of the wheat and the tares told by Jesus. It is in Matthew 13:24-30.

        • bobnstuff

          Pagans don’t get freedom of religion, Just who does freedom of religion apply to? By the way it’s against Sharia Law to be gay. It’s the law, get over it.

          • DocJimmy

            You have NO IDEA of what you’re talking about; do you? You must be talk’n through your A$$ cause your mouth knows better. You just seem to pick a word or phrase you don’t like and try to make a fighting issue about it. By the way, the only part of Sharia Law I agree with is its stance on homosexuality, so; Einstein, I don’t need to get over it – I agree with it in that respect.

          • bobnstuff

            You don’t believe in freedom of religion. Try using the constitution to defend this one.

        • John Last

          Yeah, doc.
          Now , the next time some 3d world uncivilized animal wants to force you or yours to celebrate 9-11 as a sacrifice to all-ah…
          A glorious thing, remember your stupidity.
          P.S.
          If they were to try to make that happen, I would “go hunting for demon-spawn” !!!

          • DocJimmy

            Swell; two registered comments, no one agrees with them, you attack my sense of right and wrong and call me stupid. “Boy”, there will come a day when the world of pagan and heathen behavior will come crashing down on you. When that day comes; there will be me or someone like me who will look upon you and smile. So let it be written – so let it be done…..

          • John Last

            I’m ready, from here to eternity.
            See ya on the flip side !

      • elda

        Do you think for one moment that if she was a Muslim woman those homosexuals would have come to her for a license? Hell no they would go to another courthouse. Now if they were stupid enough to have asked her for a license and she said no, do you thing they would be sueing her? Hell no, they would realize their mistake and run for the hills. This is not about their rights, it is about an attack against Christianity. This is good because it clears up any confusion that may arise on Judgment day when the hearts of the people is judged. Where do you stand in this? You better think it through very well because standing back and saying nothing is a choice and not of God.

        • bobnstuff

          Not all Christians believe that gay marriage is wrong. Not all churches ban guy marriage. Just why would they run from a Muslim if they said no? It’s about someone who is trying to go against the law of the land. Believe in the constitution as long as it doesn’t g against what want.

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