Earlier this year, the Supreme Court illegally ruled that gay marriage was legal in all 50 states. America is a republic not a democracy, and unelected officials do not make laws, or render sections of those legal or illegal. Which is what the supreme court did. This massive issue is not just going to go away, it is a political issue, it is a religious issue, and it is a moral issue. With the “acceptance” of every relationship and gender manipulation being what is now considered acceptable, some have the guts to still fight this illegal ruling by taking a stand for the natural way of life. One of those persons, who took a stand, has no gone viral on Facebook. A Kentucky county clerk, has defied the social norm of “acceptance, and tolerance” and denied issuance of a marriage license to a gay couple.
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[fbvid[fbvideo link=”https://www.facebook.com/NBCNews/videos/1185032341516794/” width=”500" height=”400" onlyvideo=”1"]p>The problem becomes when individuals decide to take a stand and are met not with simple resistance but with the threat of re-education, that is when a government reaches Nazism. Such of which is now happening all across this country because of reasons just like this.
The question that is often asked by gay-supporters is how does this decision affect you? That answer can be found in recent reports about similar incidences. For example if one does decide to take a stand, and say no, or does not agree; then that person is subject to a national spotlight, and possibly being sent to a re-education camp. Recently, in Colorado a baker deiced to not bake gays a cake, and was then sent to re-education. To answer that question again, when someone does not agree with another’s beliefs the issue should remain between the two parties, instead on a daily basis this issue is blown up into a national spotlight.