On Thursday, December 3rd, Sarah Palin will be in Norman to promote her new book "Going Rogue: An American Life." Currently, over 300 Oklahomans have confirmed they are going to attend the event via its Facebook Event Page. One of these confirmed guests is Sally Kern. She even left Sarah a little message on her the event's Facebook wall. Check it out below:
Sarah, I'm bringing a picture a of your parents that was taken in Minnesota at the Republican National Convention of your mom and dad and me that they graciously allowed to be taken. I made your mother cry when I told her that I and a few others had an old fashion prayer time for you the night before your speech. Tears filled her eyes when I told her that. She shared with me that it was your faith that was getting you through all of what you were experiencing. Just want you to know that I keep you in my prayers on a regular basis. As a Christian and a state rep here in Oklahoma, I have undergone a lot of media criticism because I was outspoken about the dangers of homosexuality to our great nation and would not retract my statements. The "lame steam media" as well as the homosexual community have tried to make me look like an idiot and a bigot and have also attacked my family.
Sally Kern, Oklahoma State Rep HD 84 email@example.com 405-557-7328 office 405-942-3504 home
Sally, I don't think the "lame stream media" and homosexual community had to try very hard to make you look like an idiot and bigot. You did a pretty good job of that yourself when you compared homosexuals to terrorists and claimed that gays were the biggest threat to modern society. Also, I don't think anyone really attacked your family. About the only thing that was pointed out was that you have a 30-something-year-old non-homosexual son who is a celibate music teacher and practicing metaphysicist. Or what we would call in your screwed up mind, a terrorist!
Anyway, there is a part of me that would like to see Sally Kern and Sarah Palin meet, hold hands, light some candles and cry like sorority girls at some initiation ceremony, but I think I'll pass. For one, I don't want to throw up in my mouth, and two, I don't want to see all their supporters get erections. That would be gross.