Sally Kern Longs For The Days When Gays Were In The Closet and Homosexuality Was Illegal

In her book, Sally Kern expressed her appreciation for Alan Colmes, saying that he was "very fair and a perfect gentleman" whenever she has appeared on his radio program to defend or explain something controversial she has said.

So it was no surprise that she reached out to Colmes to promote her book or that Colmes eagerly agreed to have her on his program again last week.  But after another embarrassing performance, you have to wonder just how many more times Kern will agree to do so, given that Colmes has a habit of making it painfully obvious that she is in over her head.

Things did not start off well where, in the first minute, as Kern tried to defend her statement that homosexuality is worse then terrorism on the grounds that more people have died of AIDS than in any terrorist attack on America. 

And it only went down hill from there until, around the 11:00 mark, Kern tries to explain how she just wants gays to go back into the closet and to see our nation's laws go back to how they were before the Supreme Court struck down sodomy laws while, at the same time, struggling mightily to come up with a coherent response about why she thinks that gay couples but not straight couples should be arrested for engaging in such behavior:

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