Monday, September 14, 2015

Put Davis in Federal Prison Now

Now she claims babby jeebus authorizes her to change Kentucky law.  Go on, Kimmie: tell Judge Bunning again how he's not the boss of you.

MOREHEAD - Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis said Monday she will allow her deputies to issue marriage licenses, but the "unauthorized" documents will say they are issued "pursuant to a federal court order" instead of including her name and title.

Speaking to reporters, Davis said she won't interfere as her deputy clerks continue to issue marriage licenses, in compliance with the order of U.S. District Judge David Bunning. But she has further altered the wording of the licenses so that they no longer bear her name or the title of "Rowan County Clerk," which she says wrongly suggests her approval.

"Any unauthorized licenses they issue will not have my name, my title or my authority on it. Instead, the licenses will say that they were issued pursuant to a federal court order," Davis said.

The clerk said she did not "want to be in the spotlight" any longer.
Then stop doing things that draw the spotlight, you lying piece of shit.
In several cases pending before Bunning and the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, local couples sued Davis for refusing to issue marriage licenses following the U.S. Supreme Court's decision June 26 legalizing same-sex marriage. Davis, an Apostolic Christian, has said her religious objection to same-sex marriage trumps her public duty to issue marriage licenses.

The clerk said Monday that she has "grave doubts" about the validity of marriage licenses containing the altered wording. However, Kentucky family law experts say that two qualified adults who marry in good faith typically are considered legally wed regardless of the precise wording on paperwork filed to record their marriage at the courthouse.
You wanna work under the rules set by your invisible wizard in the sky?  Then get your invisible wizard in the sky to sign your fucking paychecks.  You've disqualified yourself from receiving another dime from the taxpayers of Kentucky.

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