This is a Kim Davis post. The law is the law. I have read that so many times.
IF one really believes that, shouldn't Obama and Cameron say sorry to the Queen. Obama can say, "Sorry America revolted and kicked you out Mum. I
will step down and you are back in charge, God Save the Queen." Cameron should say, "sorry those barons revolted and John had to sign the Magna
Carta, that was so illegal. therefore, you are back on top"
Stop saying the law is the law, you know you are talking out of your *ATS EDIT". The truth is, the people hating on Kim Davis are just like her.
Trying to use something to justify your hate.
It would be too easy; theres loads of treaties and other stuff in place now so the USA is its own proper land, we in blighty have recognised you
rights etc so we have no holds on your sh*t
and personally i think it aint worth the effort for queenie to have to break off an afternoon tea to sort out such measures and given the way thing
are going over there its probably better to stay well away until it get safe
Seems to me the law is what ever is perceived to be politically correct at the time. Add the fact that our mass media networks and news organizations
pretty much shape and sway public opinion to suit there own agenda and our laws are rather pliable.
Well, the revolutionaries during the American Revolution were fighting to start a country free from the oppression of the reign of a monarchy. Similar
reasoning behind the Magna Carta signing.
Davis, on the other hand, already has her freedoms and is choosing to practice that freedom in an illegal, discriminatory way that infringes on other
peoples' rights--something that one can't do in her position in KY or in the United States.
The truth is, your analogy is terrible because your two examples of breaking the law were in the interest of the greater good of an entire
country--Davis is choosing to break the law because of selfish reasoning.
Oh, and the fact that neither Obama, Cameron, nor the pointless Queen of England were alive when those events occurred plays into the stupidity of
your comparison as well.
Should those who participated in the Underground Railroad have apologized and turned themselves in? No, because what they were doing was for the
greater good and freedoms for others, not themselves. Kim Davis does not even come close to being on the level as the revolutionists or conductors in
the underground railroad. But if those people were alive, I'd definitely say that you owe them an apology for implying that Davis is even remotely as
great as those people were.
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