If the presidential candidate you’re leaning towards doesn’t understand something as simple as Congress makes laws not the Supreme Court, then you should not vote for that candidate.
So far, these candidates think Kim Davis should remain in jail: Donald Trump, Carly Fiorina, Chris Christie, Lindsey Graham, John Kasich and Hillary Clinton.
These candidates don’t: Gov. Mike Huckabee, Sen. Ted Cruz, Gov. Bobby Jindal and Sen. Rand Paul.
Kim Davis is the litmus test for presidential candidacy.
The candidates who think she should remain in jail will not stand up for your 1st Amendment rights as the Founders intended. This is not at all what America needs right now, especially when, for the first time in our nation’s history, someone was put in jail for being a Christian (What law did she break?).
The candidates who support her will stand up for your 1st Amendment rights as the Founders intended and this is exactly what America needs right now.
Many of you who are not Christians have Christian friends and family members. Is it okay for them to go to jail because they are a Christian? Consider, if you don’t stand with Kim Davis against an out-of-control government bureaucracy, sooner or later, there will be no one left to stand with you.
No one will be immune.
If this is allowed to continue, it’s going to result in Christians being unable to find employment because of being thought of as federal lawbreakers (as if haters isn’t bad enough, already) even though the ruling is completely lawless. It’s already happening. By the way, if you’re a Christian and you’re on the fence about this, you’re already safe. Let that sink in.
“The Constitution of the United States is utterly silent on the subject of marriage and homosexuality, which means under the 10th Amendment of the Founders’ Constitution the issue is left for the states to decide. And the state of Kentucky decided the issue by elevating protection for man-woman marriage to its state constitution in 2004 with 75% of the vote. Mrs. Davis is just doing the job she took an oath to do, by refusing to issue licenses which, under Kentucky law and the federal Constitution, she has no legal authority to grant.” Read the rest…
Remember those in prison as though you were in prison with them, and those ill-treated as though you too felt their torment. [Hebrews 13:3 NET]