Sally Kern doesn't advocate violence against gays, "hate speech" or a gay person's right to live their life the way they choose. She's a Christian wife with two sons from Oklahoma who also happens to be a social conservative Oklahoma City state legislator. Recently Sally spoke publicly of her concerns over gay activists and their indoctrination of the homosexual lifestyle on our children, society in general and culture. Needless to say the usual suspects in The Gay Mafia want Sally's neck in a noose:
Yeah, death threats, from the same crowd that preaches tolerance. Hypocrites. Express an opposing view and the ever-increasing Gay Mafia will come down on you and hard, starting with their typical use of buzzwords like "homophobic" and "bigot" (which the liberal press falls for all the time), ending with personal threats, name-calling and bullying. Shoot, even Ellen's joined in with the intimidation tactics and wasn't it not too long ago that she was known as the nice, apolitical one? Bottom line, besides the issues of free speech that the Christian-haters are readily ignoring, Sally Kern isn't stopping any of the morally abhorrent gays from living their chosen lifestyle. She's just a woman adhering to her Christian doctrine who wants the gay agenda out of politics. And for that she's being condemned. Was it Ronald Reagan who once said that "the tolerance of a liberal only extends to other liberals"? Well, point proven once again.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — A YouTube audio clip of a state lawmaker's screed against homosexuality, which she called a bigger threat than terrorism, has outraged gay activists and brought death threats rolling in.
"The homosexual agenda is destroying this nation, OK, it's just a fact," Rep. Sally Kern said recently to a gathering of fellow Republicans outside the Capitol.
"Studies show no society that has totally embraced homosexuality has lasted, you know, more than a few decades. So it's the death knell in this country.
"I honestly think it's the biggest threat that our nation has, even more so than terrorism or Islam, which I think is a big threat," she said.
The former school teacher has been a magnet for coast-to-coast condemnation, including a jab from comedian Ellen Degeneres, ever since someone posted her comments on the Internet last week. State police said they are investigating death threats against her.