Yep, expect more of it. We've already learned that, in the name of Gay Tolerance (or Welcoming and Affirming), small business owners will be crushed with heavy fines meant to destroy their livelihoods unless they conform. Now it's to the prisons, much to the delight of gay onlookers. I say the last part because in the news clips of her standing her ground against the plaintiffs (that is, the two homosexuals wanting to get "married"), one of the gentlemen proudly proclaimed that she should be "taken away in handcuffs!" Again, in the name of tolerance and diversity.
I know. She is a government employee. It's part of the job for better or worse. Maybe it could have been handled differently. Maybe the governor could have stepped in and found a compromise. I also know that Ms. Davis is a flawed human being with failings in her own past. Or so the media told me in the effort to discredit her. After all, the leftist definition of hypocrisy is anyone taking a non-liberal stand that has failed. Better to have no morals and avoid the charge of hypocrisy.
Which shows why those who once proclaimed a brotherhood of
No doubt there will be Christians who will line up and spew contempt on Ms. Davis, saying she's doing it all wrong, she is a bad witness, she isn't handling this in the proper, Christian way. But please. Can someone tell me if there is anyone left so stupid as to think there is any hope in compromising with this new secular modernity juggernaut? Does anyone now think, when viewing the above picture, that the post-Christian Left is the slightest bit interested in "live and let live"? Or compromising if Christians will just meet them halfway? Tell me there is no example of such irredeemable idiocy still left in the world.
BTW, FWIW, I think this is not looking as good as many in the media would like. I've heard several media outlets pulling their collars and suggesting that maybe there could have been some compromise. I didn't really hear that with the bakers. Why? My guess - and my guess only - is that there is still hope that common sense and values are not dead in America. And seeing a picture of a couple of bakers with things and stuff and things doesn't really resonate. But seeing a woman thrown in jail, in a mugshot, all because of her Christian beliefs, may just rouse that sleeping giant. They could be wrong. But just in case, I think this is an image the press would rather avoid.