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03/21/2008

For those who think she was victim of unfair editing

by Jeremy Hooper

RepsallykernBy now you've certainly heard the worst portions of the recent speech in which Oklahoma Rep. Sally Kern linked gays with terrorism. But if you want to hear the full version, in which she goes on to bemoan the "gay billionaires" and the motivation that exists on our side, PageOneQ has an mp3 of the entire speech:

Kern: Gay and pro-gay philanthropists furthering moral decay [P1Q]

But if you have no time to listen to the full 23 minutes, we fully understand. We too live super-busy lives thinking up new and interesting ways to corrupt this nation.

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OK, I read her speech on BTB, however, I am not surprised that it doesn't change anything, because how do you take "gays are worse then terrorists" out of context?. In fact, the whole idealogy being espoused is uniformed at a Cameronesque level. As a public representative, how do you make a speech clearly outlining how some people and idealogies in the US are clearly inferior and expect to walk away from that without at least some back-up and explanation?

Posted by: Loki | Mar 21, 2008 3:36:21 PM

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