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Politics PopWrapped | Politics

Kim Davis Controversy Is Net Between Potaki & Santorum

Matt Lawrence | PopWrapped Author

Matt Lawrence

09/20/2015 6:07 pm
PopWrapped | Politics
Kim Davis Controversy Is Net Between Potaki & Santorum | Kim Davis
Media Courtesy of examiner.com

During the JV scrimmage, I mean undercard debate between four guys with no chance at becomming the President, George Pataki and Rick Santorum volleyed to and fro with how they would handle the case of Kim Davis.

Pataki, former Governor of New York, said he would have had her fired, adding:

There's a huge difference between a person saying, 'I will stand for my religious rights.' ...I applaud that, you should be able to engage in religious belief. But as an elected official, you take an oath of office to obey the law, all the laws. You cannot pick and choose.

Santorum initially countered, stated that Kim Davis was exercising religious freedom, refrenced Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s Letter From a Birmingham Jail, then claimed to "have no obligation to condone and accept unjust laws. I would argue that what the Supreme Court did is against natural law [and] it's against God's law." 

It was almost assured that the topic would be brought up and delievered on two very different interpertations of how one viewed this whole scenario.  Bobby Jindal chimed, "maybe we should just ask the left for a list of jobs Christians should have."

While Lindsay Grahm stated that it was the law, then pulled out the drums of war and sang the song of Islamic Radicals slaughtering everyone in the United States. Some slight hyperbole on the level of war that Mr. Grahm has in store if in the position of Commander in Chief.

One thing that was resolved with the first round debate on Wednesday, their chances like their poll numbers are slim to none.


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