Kentucky clerk’s morals fall flat

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September 14, 2015
Clovis News Journal
by Kent McManigal  
Posted in Commentary

"Everyone seems to have an opinion about the Kentucky county clerk who was jailed for refusing to issue same-sex marriage licenses. First of all it needs to be understood that everyone has a right to live by their faith, but no one has a right to a government job -- a right that can't exist. If a job would require you to do things you believe are wrong, don't take the job. If you hold a job and the requirements change so you would be asked to do things you believe are wrong, it is your responsibility to find a different job. No need to raise a fuss to get attention, just resign and move on. It's that simple. This clerk's morals seem fluid." (09/11/15)  

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