Oklahoma State Representative and LaBarbera Award winner Sally Kern still thinks that the homosexuals pose the greatest threat to America. She said so again last Thursday during a debate with her opponent Ron Marlett:
When asked about the biggest threat facing the United States, Marlett said it was dependence on foreign oil. Kern said it was homosexuality.
“While terrorism has killed more than 3,000 people, in the continental United States in the last 15 years, homosexual behavior has killed more than 100,000,” she said. “It’s a danger to life. It is a danger to health.”
“To compare certain members of our community to a cancer that might need to be removed is chilling to me,” Marlett said.
“Our county is united pretty much against terrorism, but homosexuality is being promoted in schools and by the government,” said Kern.
Kern first gained national ridicule last March when she said that homosexuality was “the biggest threat our nation has, even more so than terrorism or Islam.” At least she’s consistent.