1. JackFknTwist says

    Yes Sally you old hag, Oklahoma does have to give up its Bible…..because the Constitution gives equal rights to all……not just white, dumb christianists.

    And no Sally, you dullard, civil rights are not determined by your one-book, creed or any other one0book creed, whether Koran, Mormon, Dianetics

  2. Francis #1 says

    I read people in this tribe are trying to now vote on same-sex marriage being legal within the tribe and that many are angry at what they see as undue attention being brought onto them and that they were taken advantage of. Oklahoma is awful but I’m very happy for Darren and Jason. 9 years and counting, wish them the very best as a now married couple!

  3. Vint says

    Yes, Sally, you Christians, who believe the Bible, will have to give up using the power of state government to force your religion on the people of the state of Oklahoma, and on the indigenous peoples residing therein.

    Because that’s America.

  4. Chris says

    ” Those of us who are Christians, who believe the Bible, are we going to have to give that up to satisfy the minority group that wants to redefine marriage…” She needs to read that bible she says she believes in. The bible DOES NOT IN ANY WAY SHAPE OR FORM define marriage as between one man and one woman. Period. Moses had how many wives???

  5. says

    Sally, if we left all issues and choices to fearful bigots, our world would be filled with sadness and democracy would be a thing of the past. For god’s sake, just be tolerant – you will feel better inside and the world will be better for it.

  6. todd says

    As a person with Cherokee in his family background I find it insulting that this horrid person feels the need to push her Christian values upon the Arapaho Cheyenne tribe. She is dead wrong on this as the settlers already tried to wipe out the non-Christian native Americans with their Christian values of convert or die. This is yet another reason I will never touch a bible and class Christianity as another divisive religion. When will the religious get the f*ck outta peoples lives when it is not invited.

  7. Rexford says

    Dear God, She’s living on THEIR land and she can’t even respect THEIR culture? Talk about inhospitality, which is one of the most grievous sins according to HER Bible!

  8. woody says

    There’s so much we can learn from native americans who’ve tried to preserve their own ways. Good for them. We really need some kind cultural role models in this greedy, gun-totin’ country.
    Here’s what columbus wrote to queen isabella about some of the first indians he met… the tainos in the bahamas:
    They traded with us and gave us everything they had, with good will…they took great delight in pleasing us..They are very gentle and without knowledge of what is evil; nor do they murder or steal…Your highness may believe that in all the world there can be no better people…They love their neighbours as themselves, and they have the sweetest talk in the world, and are gentle and always laughing.

  9. Sean says

    I find it disgusting that that anti-freedom, anti-American blood thirsty whore thinks it is legal to violate the 1st and 14th amendment rights of that tribe and anybody else who doesn’t and BY LAW do not have to and cannot be forced to adhere to, as per American law and valued, her religious beliefs.

  10. rjinva says

    Yes, Sally – its called Civil Rights which are not majority rule. OTOH – Yeah for the Native American Natoin and yeah for the father who truly understands civil rights & also understands love – neither of which Sally will ever get

  11. Gregory In Seattle says

    Bigots like Kern conveniently forget that the Cheyenne are sovereign, and that, legally, the reservation is a foreign nation. And that it is sovereign because that is how their bigoted ancestors set things up.

  12. says

    What about the many Christian denominations that support, and celebrate, LGBT couples and marriages?

    This woman’s narrow view of Christianity and how it should be enforced on others would be like the conservative Jewish and Muslim communities getting together to stop gentiles from being allowed to legally eat pork.

  13. Mr Stuie says

    “They can love whomever they want, there’s no laws right now that prevents two people of the same sex from living together.”

    There is no law RIGHT NOW that prevents it? What is that supposed to mean? Does she want to change that?

  14. woodroad34 says

    I find it so sad that they take their religion as a fact instead of just a mutable philosophy. Who can take these people seriously when they can’t distinguish reality from some made up crap. Religion is increasingly for the immature and mentally disturbed.

  15. Dante says

    Sally Kern doesn’t represent the majority of Christians. If anybody represents Christians on earth it would be the Pope and Pope Francis has made it clear that as Christians we are not to judge people who are gay.

  16. RexT says

    Sally is feeling all kind of emboldened with her Governor standing behind her these days. Now the Governor has joined the list of States who are refusing to comply with Federal Law, in typical Republican Fashion. Their National Guard – who follow orders, at all times, placing their lives on the line if necessary – will NOT have their spouse ID issued in locations other than a Federal facility. Bravery and Bigotry in OK.

  17. GraciesDaddy says

    What’s “sad,” Sally, is the “Trail of Tears”… What is “sad” is that you have NO clue as to Native AMERICAN history and customs, particularly where “Two Spirits” are concerned… What is “sad” is that you want to inflict your baptist-ISM on everyone else.

    What is “happy” is that, no matter how hard you try, Sally, YOU will come out the LOSER! 😉

  18. Sam says

    Ms. Kern’s myopic blind faith of Bible believing Christians parallels the behavior of resisting evolving societal progress if one inserts head into the quiet solace of an anal cavity.

  19. JT says

    I think it’s kind of sad that Sally Kern is still alive.

    I think it’s kind of sad that Sally Kern hasn’t blown her head off with the gun in her purse.

    I think it’s sad that Sally Kern is a lawmaker anywhere.

    I think it’s sad that Sally Kern is considered human.

    I think it’s sad that Sally Kern…well, I could go on and on!

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