here in Oklahoma we have an "infamous" state representative named Sally Kern. she is the women who said "I honestly think it's [homosexuality] the biggest threat our nation has, even more so than terrorism or Islam - which I think is a big threat, okay?"
today she & several other OK reps, citizens, & religious leaders signed something called the Oklahoma Citizens' Proclamation for Morality which was written by Rep. Kern. in it, the proclamation claims that "we believe our economic woes are consequences of our greater national moral crisis".
im all for free speech & feel she has the right to sign this document (which i disagree with in more way than one), but is this the best use of a state representatives time & resources? should she be using her power to force feed her religious morals on the state?
here is the Proclamation: http://ftpcontent.worldnow.com/griffin/NEWS9/PDF/0906/OKMoralityProclamation.pdf
Answer by _Jynxx_ at 3:56 PM on Jul. 3, 2009
I wouldn't vote for her and I am pretty conservative. I don't really think moral issues should be legislated. Unless the people of OK vote for someone different, this is what you can expect. Same goes for Pelosi. I think she is a nut bag, but those California raisins keep voting that whack job in.
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I don't think she has a right to sign something like this starting with "We the people of Oklahoma" unless it was voted on BY the people and the majority approved of it!
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