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originally posted by: IridiumFlareMadness
a reply to: Skada
But she didn't. She just refused to participate.
originally posted by: Darth_Prime
What does the Pope have to do with American Law, or the 14th Amendment?
originally posted by: jtma508
xuenchen is driving home from a 'Kim Davis for President' rally when a drunken Republican runs her off the road in his tricked-out Range Rover. She crashes into a statue of Ron Regan and is badly injured. A gay couple driving home from the same rally see her predicament, pull her from the wreckage, and driver to the nearest medical clinic. xuenchen is losing a lot of blood but fortunately one of the couple is the same blood type and eager to donate. It's very late and unfortunately there is only one doctor at the clinic. As fate would have it, that doctor is a devout Jehovah's Witness and refuses to do the blood transfusion because it is against his religious convictions --- further citing a recent statement by the Pope that doing so was within his moral rights. Xuenchen bleeds to death. But she leaves this world knowing that religious 'freedom' has been preserved.