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Monday, March 10, 2008

Oklahoma: Not OK

Posted By on Mon, Mar 10, 2008 at 10:53 AM

An absolutely nutso Oklahoma state representative, Sally Kern, goes on a tirade against homosexuality, which she says is  a bigger threat to civilization than Islamo-fascism. She also says early childhood education is about indoctrinating two-year-olds into the homosexual "lifestyle."

Why bother to mention? Along the way, she notes that gay people control the Eureka Springs city council, among other U.S. cities.

UPDATE: Quapaw does some research and finds out the not-so-honorable-rep. is a Jonesboro native. Debbie Pelly's cousin, probably. Or should be.


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