Tuesday, March 11, 2008


I found out today that homosexuality is a bigger threat to the U.S. than terrorism or Islam. I know. I'm just as shocked as you. But let me repeat - homosexuality is a bigger threat to the U.S. than terrorism.

This information comes from Rep. Sally Kern, R-Oklahoma City. Kern gave a speech to about 50 Republicans and didn't think anyone else was listening. Turns out someone was and posted her speech on youtube. Oops.

In the speech, Kern points out that
"the homosexual agenda is just destroying this nation" and "studies show no society that has totally embraced homosexuality has lasted more than a few decades."
There goes Norway!

Kern is a former school teacher and has seen first hand what's happening in our schools.
"We're not teaching facts and knowledge anymore. We're teaching indoctrination."

"We have the gay-straight alliance coming into our schools. Kids are getting involved in these groups, their lives are being ruined. They are going after our young children, as young as two years of age, to try to teach them that the homosexual lifestyle is an acceptable lifestyle.

"This stuff is deadly and it's spreading and it will destroy our young people, it will destroy this nation."
Those damn homosexuals.

Kern denies that the speech was gay bashing and refuses to be denied her right of free speech. But Sally doesn't stop at free speech. A few years ago she sponsored a bill that would restrict access to library books that might contain gay or lesbian themes or information. I wonder if she saw Brokeback Mountain?

And how did her fellow Republicans respond to the controversy?
A state lawmaker who declared that homosexuality is a greater threat to the United States than terrorism said Monday that she received a standing ovation from her fellow Republican legislators Monday.
Kern did not support a bill a few years ago to change the name of Oklahoma to Oklahomo.


Heather said...

Please sign the petition to get Sally Kern out of Office. Forward to all your friends, post on your blogs!



Two-year-old schoolchildren she said. Wow... they start them young in this country