By Teri O'Brien -
Like all of you, every once in a while, I find myself in situations where I overhear the irrational brain droppings of low-information blowhards. Of course, these poor dolts don't realize how silly they sound to knowledgeable people when they indulge their irresistible impulse to prove how little they understand about the subjects of their daily pontifications.
Yesterday's topic du jour for this cohort was the refusal of Rowan (Kentucky) County Clerk Kim Davis to issue marriage licenses to two people of the same sex, something that is directly at odds with several Kentucky state statutes, and to a provision of the Kentucky constitution.
Shockingly, these "experts" didn't focus on the question of whether last June's outrageous same-sex marriage decision, Obergefell v. Hodges, was a bastardization of the 14th Amendment, which provision in the U.S. Constitution gives five unelected lawyers declaring themselves rulers of 320 million Americans the right to redefine marriage, or the failure of the Supreme Court to reign in rogue federal judges when this whole same sex marriage foolishness started.
No, instead, initially, they held forth on Ms. Davis' personal life, which includes several marriages, and the birth of twins conceived with a man not her husband, before declaring that "You can't let people defy the law and the Supreme Court."