(09-27-2015, 03:23 AM)Ama Wrote:(09-27-2015, 02:33 AM)Zaphod Beeblebrox Wrote: The validity of the licenses is recognized by the state of Kentucky. Again, the only person arguing whether they are valid, is Kim Davis (unless of course, you have a source showing otherwise).
The U.S. Attorney General has only been asked to affirm the validity (which, we know, she will).
So, the validity of the license is not questionable, according to the law.
Based on that, the only beef these people have with her is that SHE is refusing to acknowledge them as legal, which is stupid, because she cannot change the fact that they were issued in accordance with the law.
"In the filing on Friday, Hughes said he expected “there will be other parties” to request the federal court to review the validity of the altered licenses.
Hughes added: “Again, Mr. Mason’s concern is he does not want to be the party that is issuing invalid marriage licenses, and he is trying to follow the court’s mandate as well as his superior ordering him to issue only these changed forms and only with initials and only as notarized, which in the last example I have seen are not even notarized.”
site gets updated and they include Mr. Mansons's status report
Fair enough. If some haven't even been notarized, that could call their validity into question.
I'll wager that this will become yet another high profile case that mires the public in pointless arguments for months; especially if the MSM decides to run with it (and you know they will).
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