Cyber Coolie

Insert statement about high-minded discourse

Nope ..

Posted by chakrabarti on September 4, 2015

This seems about right. If you are given an opt-out from handing out marriage licenses to them gays ‘coz you find it personally revolting, and the judges try to accommodate your beliefs by asking you to permit your subordinates to perform their public official duties, and you refuse to even let that happen, then you can’t complain about “religious persecution” when thrown into jail. “We are a nation of laws” is a phrase thrown around pretty often, especially when government whistleblowers are thrown into prisons, or destitute migrants with children are deported from the country. Why wouldn’t officials have to carry out their duties that have the Supreme Court stamp of approval?

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