and that's exactly where she belongs.
There is a vast difference between a privately owned company and working for the government. Demanding that a cake decorator or photographer be forced to participate in a same-sex "marriage" ceremony is wrong. I believe that any privately owned business should be able to serve whom they please. Let the free market sort it out.
But this woman, who makes claims to Christian values, accepts 80K in remuneration to do her job. She's not being asked to murder, rape, or pillage. She's being asked to issue marriage licenses to anyone who is legally able to obtain such an instrument.
Allow me to say that I do think the powers that be are trying to make an example of this woman by not making any effort for an accommodation, which is also not right. There is no doubt that if she were a Muslim, a black, a homosexual, or any of the protected classes, this would not be happening.
It's a simple matter to remove her name from the issued licenses by tweaking the Rowan county law that states the county clerk must issue the license. No matter which clerk issues the license, her name is always on the document. But, she still needs to get a haircut.
From USA Today:
Ky. clerk jailed for refusing to issue marriage licenses