Roy Moore should follow law on gay marriage or resign, Montgomery judge says

by Kent Faulk  |  published on January 7, 2016

Probate judges in Jefferson and Montgomery counties say they will continue to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples despite an administrative order from Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore on Wednesday advising them and other state probate judges to stop the practice.

And Montgomery’s probate judge was critical of Moore for issuing the order.

Jefferson County is the largest of the 67 counties in Alabama and Montgomery County is the fourth largest by population.

  • G.Frazier

    Right…Judge Moore should follow God’s law, which is higher than the farce being handed down by the monkeys in robes in the USSC.

    That’s right…Judge Moore has done that!!

    The way I see it, “More power (and God’s blessings) to him!”

  • DocJimmy

    I sense some heavy weather ahead; especially on the Judicial side of the triangle. The executive side of the triangle telling the Judicial side what to do while the Legislative side sits around with their thumbs up their butts.

  • Seedman

    Yea, and all who live godly in Christ Jesus will be persecuted. It may be that God has raised up the Honorable Judge Roy Moore for such a time as this. Homosexuals will not inherit the kingdom of God. Woe to those who say evil is good and good is evil.

  • Lanny D Wren

    An opinion of the Supreme Court which is against God’s law is null and void on its face.

    • G.Frazier

      Going all the way back to 1973, when the USSC legalized the murder of unborn babies, it appears that, although what you’ve said is true, THEY don’t think they can be stopped and, as long as they’re in control, they won’t stop!
      Also, Obama should have told that Muslim cleric (when he said America is not a Christian nation) that most Americans have thumbed their noses at the REAL Almighty, allowing for all these idols.
      Just like what happened in the old nations of Israel, when God’s wrath came, the Israleans ended in bondage and, soon, Americans will be in more bondage than we’ve ever thought possible.

  • Pam

    The “supreme court” CANNOT MAKE LAW. But the Chief Justice of a state CAN ENFORCE state law. These judges should be removed from the bench and all of their unlawful actions deemed null and void.

  • patriot38

    ADRoberts. You are absolutely correct! Under the constitution, all states are “sovereign”! This CJ Roy Moore is correct in what he is doing!

  • ADRoberts

    So these “judges” just decide who they will obey. And they have decided to follow the liberal, perversion supporting idiots when there is NO QUESTION that according to the constitution, all of the rights and authority rest with the STATES. What is wrong with these people. I will tell you. They have sold their souls to the devil and are determined to promote and advance wickedness at every chance.
    God help us.

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