Friday, July 3, 2015

Lazy Good for Nothing Rowan County Clerk Kimberly Davis Can’t be bothered to Do her Job. (email)

Her job, no doubt sitting at her desk, testin' for the chewies and the jellies and putting them half eaten back in the box of chocolates for co-workers. That dreaming saving up the cash to find a decent hair salon in Kentucky to do her hair – Kim Davis is also a Christian – whatever that means – who hands out marriage licenses to deevorcees and that un-Christian thing does not bother her in her “WHEN IS LUNCH!?” work ethic pea brain - but does not want Da Gays to marry because her lord and savior bible says that Da Gay Guy Jesus never married to prove a point about staying single amongst the unmarried population I guess.

Defying the law, several county clerks around Kentucky said they won't issue marriage licenses to anyone because of the U.S. Supreme Court's 5-to-4 ruling Friday in favor of a nationwide right to same-sex marriage.

Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis said Monday that her Christian beliefs make it impossible for her to give marriage licenses to gay men or lesbians seeking to marry a member of the same sex. Rather than face claims of discrimination, Davis said, her office in Morehead is refusing marriage licenses to all couples until further notice.

"We've not had any applicants yet, but we've had several calls," said Davis, 49, a Democrat who took office in January.

"It's hard, I will tell you that," Davis said. "What has happened is that five lawyers have imposed their personal view of what the definition of marriage should be on the rest of us. And I, as a Christian, have strong views, too. And I know I don't stand alone."