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Eddie Bennett

County, In Kentucky, Refuses Marriage Licenses Base On Religious Belief's

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An elected official takes an oath to uphold the Constitution of the United States. Religion has no place in government. A Mississippi official, quit, rather than do her job, and that is what this Kentucky official should do.

 

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Soooo, at what point is a person relieved of duty, elected or not, for REFUSING to do their job? If his religious beliefs prevent him form doing what he was sworn to do, he needs to go.

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Soooo, at what point is a person relieved of duty, elected or not, for REFUSING to do their job? If his religious beliefs prevent him form doing what he was sworn to do, he needs to go.

 

 

It's hard to deal with people who want to impose their opinions over and above what the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled. I think he wants the Governor to have to fire him, because it will arouse more of his minds eye in the eyes of other people. He sounds like he has a corn cob in his mouth, anyway, to me.

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