While the diversity party is fresh out of diversity...go figure.
lol.... long story short...when that album came out my company (printshop / bindery) printed andfolded the giant piece of rolling paper that was inside...we had them hanging all over the shop.. with funny slogans and stuff..needless to say our foreman was not impressed... *laughing*
Ms. Davis argues that she should not be forced to issue licenses that conflict with her religious beliefs.
Well, see, here's the thing... she's not being forced to do anything. She's being paid to. Big difference. If she's not willing to do what she's being paid to do, she should just quit. That's how life works. She's picking this fight for publicity and money. Period.
Apparently, they're not bound by sanity, either.
That's the way I see this. In the private sector, the employer would just fire her stupid ass. Being an elected official, it is, apparently, quite difficult to have her removed. So, here's this "principled" Christian, getting paid $80,000 a year, simply refusing to do her job. You'd think "conservatives" would be outraged by that, since they think civil servants are so overpaid anyway.