|The Marriage of Meredith and Schlachter|
Meaning? Well, flower shops run by a believer in Islam cannot refuse to make flowers for a Jewish customer. If the Muslim owner of the shop doesn’t like that, he/she should get into a business that doesn’t deal with the public. Kim Davis, a country clerk in Kentucky, has to issue marriage licenses to everyone—it’s her job—and can’t use her personal beliefs to decide she’ll not perform that job when a gay couple wants to exercise the power of the state to marry. If she can’t bring herself to issue the license, she’s self-deciding she's not fit to do her job and must therefore either resign or be fired. There’s no right to be a public official who can change public laws because of disagreement with the lawmakers who passed them.