Federal Overlords To KY Peasants ‘You Will Marry Gays And You Will Like It’

todaySeptember 11, 2015

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Planned_Parenthood_GOD_t_shirt_DETAILMandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – “Supreme Court rejects county official’s request in [homosexual union] case.”  The actual title says “gay-marriage case” but I’m not reading that title because there’s no such thing.  It’s an oxymoron.  All of you out there that are standing athwart invincible ignorance yelling think know this.  That’s our motto now.  Check out today’s transcript for the rest….

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Mike:  “Supreme Court rejects county official’s request in [homosexual union] case.”  The actual title says “gay-marriage case” but I’m not reading that title because there’s no such thing.  It’s an oxymoron.  All of you out there that are standing athwart invincible ignorance yelling think know this.  That’s our motto now.  Standing athwart invincible ignorance yelling think, which is a bit of a satire on William F. Buckley’s standing athwart history yelling stop.


The Supreme Court on Monday turned down a Kentucky county clerk’s request to be excused from issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples, the court’s first involvement in a series of legal battles that have erupted since gay couples won the right to marry. [/private]

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Mike:  Somebody sent me a piece of email yesterday saying I’m opposed to this homosexual marriage thing.  I don’t care wherever marriage came from.  What do you mean you don’t care?  What do you mean wherever it came from?  We know where it came from.  It’s not at issue.  Only people that have given into invisible ignorance don’t know where it came from or claim to not know.  Of course they know.  They deny that they know.  There’s a difference.  What the homosexuals are doing is not marriage, in the exact same sense as what the shacker-uppers are doing is not marriage.  But then again, we’re all nominalists today, so we’ll just take a term and make it mean whatever you want it to mean.  Who’s going to stop you, Obama?  Wait, Anthony Kennedy might stop you.


The court, without comment, turned away a request by Kim Davis, the elected clerk of Rowan County in northeast Kentucky, who faces fines or even jail time if she doesn’t begin issuing marriage licenses Tuesday.

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Mike:  Ms. Davis, don’t do it.  A nation, a continent filled with remnants will be to your legal and your financial assistance.  Do not do it.  Do not allow these diabolical, demonic bullies to turn your back on your faith.  Don’t do it.  History will remember you, madam, as they have remembered others in so-called civil rights struggles.  This is a civil rights struggle that is existential.  Lose this one, and I suspect that we probably will, in the short run, and we lose everything.  It’s all gone, all of it.  Don’t do it.  If anyone listening to this program right now knows Ms. Davis, call her, text her, email her, get on a horse, drive down there, whatever you got to do.  Tell her do not fold.  There is no amount of money — there is no price tag to be put onto this.  I’m telling you, whatever it is that she has to endure we’ll endure it with her.  We’re all going to suffer this white martyrdom anyway.  Let’s just go ahead and get it started.  Of course, this requires her courage.  Let’s all pray for Ms. Davis that she receives some serious graces of fortitude, because that’s what it’s going to take.


Davis, a devout Apostolic Christian who opposes same-sex marriage, has argued that doing so would violate her religious liberties.

Davis’s resistance has led to the most prominent of a number of legal skirmishes that have broken out since the high court decided in June that same-sex couples have a constitutional right [Mike: They most certainly do not.] to marry. The ruling was implemented relatively smoothly at first but lately has encountered resistance, particularly in the South.

Two counties in Texas and about a dozen in Alabama are also refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, according to gay rights groups. In Mississippi, two same-sex couples are challenging a state law barring gay couples from adopting children.

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Mike:  The next battle front here, adopting children.  [mocking] “Well, you want them to be aborted?”  No.  Of course, that’s the logical fallacy that gets thrown at you.  [mocking] “So you’d rather those children be aborted than let loving, homosexual parents adopt them?”  No.  There are millions upon millions of heterosexual couples that cannot conceive.  Women are barren, men are impotent, whatever the case may be.  Maybe they’re beyond childbearing age but still feel God telling them you have a vocation and your vocation is to continue raising children.  There are ample nuclear, heterosexual, traditionally — it’s not even fair to say traditionally, sacramentally married couples to adopt every child in need of adoption.  They are prevented by the laws of states from doing so in many instances, to the favor of the not-sacramentally-married, but that’s another case.  Again, what’s happening, there’s law being brought to bear here where there shouldn’t be.  But go ahead.  Once Donald Trump is elected and renames Mount McKinley back from Denali to McKinley, all this will go away.  Nothing to see here, citizen, move along.


Gay rights groups say this backlash is to be expected.

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Mike:  You have no idea what a backlash is because this is not a backlash.  It can only be a backlash if it’s illegitimate.  It can only be a backlash — in other words, to call it a backlash is to make it pejorative, is to make it stinky and smelling.  [mocking] “There’s a backlash against what ought to be done.”  No, there’s no backlash against what ought to be done.  What ought to be done is honoring 8,000 years of written and recorded history and honoring and acknowledging that there is one single, solitary Magisterium when it comes to moral theology, one.  Not 38,000, not Anthony Kennedy’s, one.  I didn’t author it.  It’s not mine.  That’s not a backlash.  As a matter of fact, that’s a noble thing to do, to stand for that.


Following Justice Anthony M. Kennedy’s forceful opinion establishing no legal distinction between gay and straight married couples . . .

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Mike:  Note that no matter what Kennedy does, you can have all the legal contrivances you wish — that paragraph is actually written correctly, “make no legal distinction between gay and straight married couples.”  Can Anthony Kennedy alter the moral distinction?  Can he alter the biological distinction?  No.  Do you know why?  Because God is not going to give him the authority to do so.  Folks, this is the first phase of the white martyrdom, meaning what is at issue here now is Ms. Davis’s occupation, financial or access to finances to continue paying rent, electric bills, food, etc., and then if they don’t get their way, they’ll proceed to step two.  If there are more willing to suffer the white martyrdom, which is what this is, then they’ll move to red martyrdom.  What’s red martyrdom?  That’s where you take physical actual action against the backlash as they call it.  Do not kid yourselves.  [mocking] “This is America.  That ain’t gonna happen.”  You want to bet?  Watch.  Brothers, sisters, gird your loins. [/private]


Humility_Cover_featuredBut the dogged resistance in some corners suggests that the battles may drag on for some time. [Mike: How about eternity? Want to try that?] And it suggests that there will be continuing pressure on courts to balance the constitutional rights of gay couples to marry with the rights of public officials and others who say condoning same-sex marriage violates their religious beliefs.

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Mike:  The proper way to put this, the way I would put this is, yeah, it violates my religious belief but it’s not my religious belief.  It violates the natural and eternal law laid down with the force, all the force of the known universe, by Almighty God himself.  I don’t get a vote.  If I did, I’d vote with him.  I don’t get a vote.  I humbly submit that this has already been settled, and I’m happy to submit that it’s already been settled.

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