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Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis is once again making the rounds on national media. The martyr of the anti-marriage-equality struggle has been explaining why she remains in office while fighting for her cause: “Why should I have to quit a job that I love, that I’m good at?”

On the other hand, one does have to wonder: If a clerk refuses to issue legal documents according to the relevant requirement of the law — then maybe she isn’t actually good at her job.

Video via The Kelly File/Fox News.

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