Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Family Policy Council Announces 'Rally For Sally'

A public "Rally for Sally" is scheduled for Wednesday, April 2 at the State Capitol, beginning at 11:30 a.m., the Oklahoma Family Policy Council announced.
Rep. Sally Kern, R-Oklahoma City, "has received much public scorn and ridicule (including death threats) from the homosexual community in Oklahoma and across the nation for comments she made in January during a private meeting taking exception to the transformational, anti-family political and cultural agenda of the homosexual movement," the OFPC announcement said.
"Last week, Oklahoma homosexuals and liberal religious leaders held a rally at the state Capitol, calling on state leaders to pass hate-crimes legislation, consistent with the national aims of the gay movement. (Of course, this whole spectacle with Kern was planned and orchestrated by homosexual movement leaders themselves, who have been working secretly since last December to further their political agenda in Oklahoma.)
"Now, Oklahoma citizens are asked to come to the state Capitol to express their support for Kern and for her willingness to affirm traditional, Judeo-Christian values in the public square, at great personal cost.
"Kern's biblically-based values, which are commonly held by an exceedingly large majority of Oklahomans, affirm marriage exclusively between one-man and one-woman and reject the homosexuals' misguided attempts to criminalize the hard-won First Amendment rights of Americans to free exercise of religion and free speech."

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