As I mentioned earlier, I am about half-way through Sally Kern’s book “The Stoning of Sally Kern: The Liberal Attack on Christian Conservatism – And Why We Must Take a Stand” which is probably the most pathetically self-pitying and cluelessly myopic right-wing book I have ever read.
Kern is genuinely confused as to why gay activists and allies are so mean to her and say such hurtful things about her when all she is doing is upholding the word of God … and comparing the “gay agenda” to the attack on Pearl Harbor:
There was a day that took the United States by surprise. It was December 7, 1941, when Japan bombed Pearl Harbor. Prior to that fateful day Americans knew a war was taking place, but most didn’t think it involved them. As long as the fighting as going on someplace overseas far away, they didn’t really care about it, and so they were just living their lives and going about their everyday activities. But that changed in a heartbeat when, unexpectedly, the planes roared down, and our mothers and fathers, sons and daughters, brothers and sisters were under attack without any warning and little chance to fight back.
There is a war going on today, and, just like on December 7, 1941, most Americans are going to be totally surprised at the devastation and change that is going to take place in our nation. The difference between this current attack and the one on Pearl Harbor is that the enemy is living and fighting right here among us, but we don’t recognize them. The hard reality is that the enemy could be connected to your mother or fathers, sons or daughters, brothers or sisters, or coworkers. That’s what makes this war so hard to fight. It can feel as if we’re fighting those we love.
The real enemy, however, is not these loved ones but a worldview that is being strategically implemented in our homes, schools, churches, and government. This is a war for the soul of our nation, and it is a whole new experience for Americans.