I Stand With Kim Davis

Below is the email I just sent to the Rowan County Sheriff (j.carter@rowancountysheriff.net), which is the county where Kim Davis is the clerk. Maybe it’s too late for this sheriff to do anything, but I sent it anyway.

I don’t think Ms. Davis should have reported to the federal court where she was given jail time by an evil judge. She should stand on Kentucky law and ignore federal decrees, and hope that local people stand with her and protect her from federal intrusion.

Here’s the e-mail:

Sheriff Carter,

Jesus said to render unto Caesar the things that are Caesar’s. In our republic, the Constitution is Caesar. Kim Davis is doing the right thing and obeying the U.S. Constitution and the Constitution of Kentucky, while evil judges try to legislate perversity from the bench.

It’s impossible for two people of the same gender to marry, even if Ruth Bader Ginsburg has decreed such from Washington DC. A judge can’t decree that two dudes can marry any more than they can decree that water now flows up hill.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg isn’t going to come down to the county clerk and force anyone to issue a license. She needs boots on the ground to enforce her evil decree. It seems wicked judges have never had a problem getting law enforcement to carry out their orders.

But maybe it’s time we just stop doing stupid things the judges say. Kim Davis has taken the first step, but she needs others to refuse to follow evil orders with her. She can’t do it alone. We must obey God’s law, and the Constitution, rather than men.

This country was founded on the idea that just governments derive their power from the consent of the governed. (That means if people work together, they don’t have to do stupid things judges tell them.) At this point, I don’t know if the population is so evil that they are offering their consent to the unjust laws, or whether the good people have just formed a habit of retreating from hills worth dying on. But this issue is so crystal clear that it’s time to take a stand and do the right thing.

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Bill Phillips


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