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September 22, 2015

Uh-oh: Is Kim Davis in Trouble with the Law Again?

Will Kim Davis have to go to jail again for refusing to issue a same-sex marriage license? You be the judge.

From the periodic report required by the court in Miller v. Davis, the case pending in the federal district court for the Eastern District of Kentucky:

The only denial of a marriage license application that has occurred within the last two weeks was to a gentleman who stated that he wanted a license that would permit him to marry “Jesus”. When it was explained to the individual that both parties had to be present, he stated, “Jesus is always present”. After being denied, the gentleman returned later and presented a type of Power of Attorney document issued by his church granting him authority to sign “Jesus’” name. Since both parties were not present these requests were denied.

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That’s what happens when you read the Bible too carefully! Revelation. Song of Songs.

Thanks for the post!

[1] Posted by Ralph on 9-23-2015 at 03:32 PM · [top]

Oh, my! but they are huffing and puffing about this :

Shocking that the Pope is Catholic!

[3] Posted by dwstroudmd+ on 10-1-2015 at 07:07 AM · [top]

[4] Posted by dwstroudmd+ on 10-2-2015 at 09:40 AM · [top]

ah, well, balance is restored to the Universe once again:

Though I note that some participants see this as a sign of support for gayness rather than an old teacher and student meeting.

But ...

[5] Posted by dwstroudmd+ on 10-2-2015 at 05:43 PM · [top]

[6] Posted by dwstroudmd+ on 10-2-2015 at 05:58 PM · [top]

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