Anti-LBGT Clerk Kim Davis Memes Well

Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis went straight to jail Thursday after defying a federal court order to issue licenses to gay couples, but the Internet has already convicted her of first degree bigotry. Check out this round-up of Kim Davis memes that are trading heavily on Twitter.

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    1. Oh thats a good one, hey what about the religious freedom of the same sex couples in that county oh wait THEY don’t get to have their religious freedom OR their right to get married. My bad, only certain people are allowed religious freedom… wait so remind me again who gets to decide which of us gets the religious freedom? Like, is it the communal pipe and we just pass it around or what?

    2. I know, right!! It’s these blatant attack on Christian values that make having slaves and stoning people who break small laws “uncool” and stuff.
      Like now, it’s becoming NORMAL for women to teach and to speak in church.It’s even becoming normal to wear clothing woven from different fabrics! Can you believe it?! It’s as if people don’t even care about the cultural rules of a society that existed thousands of years ago anymore.

    3. Issuing a marriage license doesn’t remotely implicate religious freedom.

      “County Clerk” is not in any sense a religious position.

      A civil marriage license is not a religious instrument of any sort.

      The only thing a clerk’s signature on a marriage license signifies is that the clerk has verified that the parties are legally qualified to marry each other.

      Both you and Kim Davis are up to your lungs in bigot poop.

    4. She was welcome to excersize her religious freedom by leaving her job, but instead she used her position to sabotage someone else’s attempt at happiness.

    5. it doesn’t say anywhere in the bible that you’re not allowed to issue marriage licenses to gay couples. It also doesn’t say that god makes everyone straight, I’m pretty sure.

    6. like any other citizen she is entitled to her personal religious beliefs and values. However, that does not give her the right to break the law. If she cannot put her religious beliefs aside to do her job and follow the law then she must find a different job. Just like anyone else. If you believed in abstinence and worked in a drug store you could not refuse to sell people condoms. If you were vegetarian and worked at McDonald’s you could not refuse to sell people burgers. The issue here is not that she has her own Christian beliefs, it is that she broke the law and did not do the job she agreed to do.