Justice Anthony Kennedy feels that if faithful Christians don't like his usurping of their rights to define marriage as between one man and one woman, then they should just quit their jobs if they happen to hold public office. In other words: "I am King, now do what I say... or else."
Speaking to an audience of Harvard law school students Wednesday, Justice Kennedy was asked if public officials who disagree with same-sex marriage or abortion should comply with the law if they hold public office, to which he replied "no" and declared that those officials should quit their jobs instead.
It would've been interesting to see him squirm had the question gone something like this: "Justice Kennedy, what should Christians do if their wishes to define marriage as between one man and one woman are completely usurped from them by an unelected official who thinks he can legislate from the bench?"
But since his audience consisted most likely of left-wing elitists who admire Justice Kennedy for upholding abortion rights and sanctioning nationwide same-sex marriage, no such question was asked.
Strangely though, Justice Kennedy actually cited Christians resigning under Hitler's regime in order to drive home his point that if one has a moral conviction against an immoral law, then that person needs to pack his or her bags and leave.
“How many judges, do you think, resigned in the Third Reich?" Justice Kennedy asked his audience. "Three."
You said it, Justice Kennedy, not us.