Absolutely. Rights are rights, not to be granted or given. And sometimes to be taken back from those who would take them away by force. (Sounds oddly familiar)
And yet, the Texas Governor has decided that public employees may continue to enforce their individual bigotry and superstition on the public. Paraphrasing "no adverse action may be taken against a public employee who refuses to do their assigned job if they claim a conscientious objection to gay marriage." For god's sake, they aren't being asked to get married, only to process the paperwork. I can only imagine if this was permitted everyday..."no, you too can't marry, he's too stupid and she's too ugly. It's against my religion to facilitate procreation in these terms"
Despite this, the SCOTUS ruling seems to make it a "shall issue" situation now. In Texas, the counties are telling the Governor to f'off
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