Sally Kern…Again

28 Apr

The vile homophobic state representative, Sally Kern spoke out again except this time her statements were directed against our black citizens and women.  Here’s what she said:

“Is this just because they’re black that they’re in prison or could it be because they didn’t want to work hard in school?

“I taught school for 20 years and I saw a lot of people of color who didn’t want to work as hard,” she said, reading from notes. “They wanted it given to them.”

Kern must have been enjoying  too much tutoring from  Phyllis Schlafy on how to be a total jackass hypocrite as she (Kern) also dumped on women.

 

“Women usually don’t want to work as hard as a man,” Kern said. “Women tend to think a little bit more about their family, wanting to be at home more time, wanting to have a little more leisure time.

“I’m not saying women don’t work hard,” she said. “Women like … to have a moderate work life with plenty of time for spouse and children and other things like that. They work very hard but sometimes they aren’t willing to commit their whole life to their job like a lot of men do.”

All of that from someone who insists that she must lecture the rest of us about morality.   No thanks, I’ll accept my values elsewhere.
Today Kern offered an apology which was rightfully rejected by the president of the Oklahoma Chapter of the NAACP. 

“You cannot commit racism and then offer an apology for the racist statement that you make,”

The above statements made by Kern  during a debate where she argued in favor of  placing a question on the ballot to eliminate Affirmative Action in Oklahoma.

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One Response to “Sally Kern…Again”

  1. Thinker Belle November 8, 2011 at 5:52 am #

    Kern is just a typical native that thinks they have the right to tell everyone what to do. The Baptist changed religion several years ago when they saw that the break up of marriages were increasing at an alarming rate in their state. They just don’t “get” that people simply do not enjoy such tyranny regardless of race or sex.

    It’s not just her. I mean the gays are even like that. Major issues! The blacks are, too. It’s like no one really gets it and wants their issues front and center.

    I’ve been in their churches. I’ve never seen more than one black family in a white church. Once I attended a church that was in a black neighborhood but the congregation was all white. When they went out into the neighborhood and invited the community to church, guess who showed up? Yep! It was something to see. I sat in my usual spot for about 15 minutes until I got to thinking something was different. Everyone else had moved to the other side and I stood out like a sore thumb.

    Gays are just as dangerous as these people. They become irate and violent. Like everyone else, they, too, have the ability to do you in.

    The blacks are scarier when they start screaming-especially when you aren’t used to being around that. I have learned not to back down from them because that is what they expect.

    In a nutshell, each and everyone of them has the answer, yet you’ll rarely see them doing anything other than fighting. That’s why their marriages fall apart, gays are isolated, and many blacks still think it is 1955.

    Where is the love?

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