I understand belief as a Red Sox fan.
I knew in my heart that the Fenway Faithful would be rewarded with a World Series triumph, although maybe not in my lifetime. This year I haven't worn my Red Sox Nation shirt. The Bosox never got it together and we are last in the American League East, yet I understand that one day we will rise again, so I share some insight into the dilemma of civil servants with strong religious beliefs not wanting to violate the tenets of their faith.
Last week in Rowan County, Kentucky, County Clerk, Kim Davis decided to stop legalizing marriage licenses for same-sex unions. Her decision came after months of prayer and fast. Looking at the above photo I would have to say that Kim only fasted from sex, because she certainly hadn't lost any weight during her prayer-driven hunger binge, plus she ended up looking like a Mormon sister wife.
The Supreme Court ruled in favor of the right to same-sex union.
Kim Davis is in direct violation of carrying out the Laws of the Land and this land does not consist simply of the Bible Belt.
We are a nation reflecting the prism of humanity.
Kim Davis serves another cause.
Shame of her.
And I wish worse, but not today because I'm going to Afropunk in Fort Greene, Brooklyn.
We are Family.
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