Our first night out for Up Your Alley!
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If you don’t know who Oklahoma Republican legislator Sally Kern is, you are lucky. In the same circus of hate as Maggie Gallagher, Kern has repeatedly declared that homosexuality is a greater threat to the US than terrorism and should be criminalized.
Yesterday, Kern joined American Family Association’s Tim Wildmon on his radio show to discuss her new book, The Stoning of Sally Kern:
To me what is hateful is when those people who say ‘you’re born this way, there’s no hope in change, you’re stuck in this, deal with it,’ that is hate. There’s no hope in that.
We’re losing our freedom of conscience. And if the homosexuals get what they want, and as you said it’s not just homosexuality, its immorality or adultery, all of that, but in my opinion the homosexual movement is the tip of the spear. They’re the ones who right now are beating down the door, have their foot in the door, trying to tear down the moral fiber of America. We have to stand up to that. The reason it’s the tip of the spear you don’t see ‘Adulterers Victory Fund’ out there trying to promote adultery. God’s people got to stand up to this.
I’ve actually been to a meeting of the Adulterers Victory Fund – and their parties are a blast. Sally should attend one (or more).
A follow-up to Uganda’s “Kill The Gays” bill via The New Civil Rights Movement:
Uganda’s infamous Kill The Gays bill is back and is being fast-?tracked through Parliament. The Anti-?Homosexuality Bill, or AHB, which prescribes the death penalty for being gay, was far from dead itself, and was never “shelved,” as many in the media werre falsely reporting. Rather, the Uganda Parliament merely ran out of time to debate and vote on it.
Now, with a new Parliament in session, the bill, which calls for the death penalty for the “crime” of being gay or HIV-?positive, and prison sentences for friends, family, co-?workers, and acquaintances who believe someone is homosexual but does not immediately report them to authorities, may be voted on “by the end of August,” according to Uganda expert Warren Throckmorton.
“I spoke yesterday with Ugandan MP Hon. Otto Odonga who told me that the Parliament will bring back the Anti-?Homosexuality Bill soon, perhaps ‘by the end of August’,” writes Throckmorton today. “Although the re-?introduction of the antigay bill had been expected, Odonga said the bill is ‘back from the perspective of the new parliament starting from where the last parliament ended’.”
More sad news for the LGBT community in Uganda. Read more here.