Like you, I am paid by taxpayers' money. I, however, do not earn 80,000 a year of taxpayers' money, as you do for what appears to be a MUCH easier job.
Like you, I also have my prejudices. You are prejudiced against gay people and lesbians. I am not, as I have many friends who fall into these categories; a fair number of them are now married, and I am happy for them.
No, my prejudice is one common among school teachers; we really, really don't like lazy people. I don't really care what color a person's skin is, or what her religion is, or to whom he is attracted. But I loathe it when people are unmotivated and lazy.
But here's the difference between us, Ms. Davis; I still do my job.
While you threw a hissy fit and pulled your little stunt, claiming Jesus was on your side, I was teaching lazy kids amongst the worker kids. While you go off to do more kissing up to politicians, I will still be working, even working late into the evenings of parent-teacher conferences with some lazy parents (mixed in among those who aren't lazy).
You and I, Ms. Davis, are both entitled by law to our own fervent beliefs and prejudices. But both of us must leave aside our prejudices and follow the law when we are paid by taxpayers. I must teach lazy people. I must furthermore teach the children of nutjobs such as yourself when they are sent to public school.
And you, Ms. Davis, must do the paperwork for ALL legal marriages, not just the marriages of which you approve personally.
Some people are lazy, Ms. Davis, and some people are gay. I loathe the former, you the latter. But both of us must deal with the differences or else resign, if we are to have integrity.
I have this integrity, Ms. Davis. Where are you keeping your integrity these days?