December 3, 2015


Vote for Kim Davis!


Rowan County Kentucky Clerk Kim Davis stood for her Christian convictions and the Biblical definition of natural marriage. Kim was rewarded by spending several days in a jail cell rather than taking actions against her conscience. Her situation was created because of the US Supreme Court (SCOTUS) decision which supposedly legalized same-sex “marriage” across the country. Her refusal to allow her signature on marriage licenses was because, even with the SCOTUS decision, Kentucky law has not changed. Kentucky law, as Pennsylvania law, still states marriage is only between one man and one woman.

The courts have now upheld her right to refuse to sign marriage licenses; however, the ACLU and their homosexual clients are not happy!  Her fight for religious liberty highlighted the demands of homosexual activists that all affirm their lifestyle. Kim Davis became the first Christian in America to be jailed as a result of the SCOTUS decision.

Kim Davis has been nominated for Time magazine’s Person of the Year.

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