Rep. Sally Kern
Oklahoma House of Representatives
cc: Maggie Gallagher Srivastav
Dear Rep Kern
Congratulations on writing your first book, The Stoning of Sally Kern. I think it's very fitting you're releasing it on July 5th, 134 years and one day after the founding of our great nation. Can you send me a copy to review?
I suspect the Eureka Springs controversy will be addressed in your book. You took a lot of heat for rebuking that town, the home of Jesus of the Ozarks and the Great Passion Play, for being controlled by homosexualists.
Unfortunately, the rebuke did not bring about change in Eureka Springs. It's become a homosexualist haven. Perhaps it's time for another community to begin competing for those passion play visitor dollars.
I'm thinking you should encourage another existing Christ-center event to move to a small town (perhaps Bethany) in your district. My first thought was that the Hill Cumorah Pageant would be perfect. It's scripted by one of your fellow champions of the heterosexual lifestyle, NOM boardmember Orson Scott Card. But unfortunately, after doing a little more investigation I found it to be a bit too Mormon and much too swarthy for your sensibilities. What would your constituents think?
Then I learned that NOM Chairman of the Board Maggie Gallagher Srivastav has a son who is acting in a production called "Sodom: The Musical." I haven't seen it, but it's obviously biblically based. It also features a famous cowboy who rode ramrod for his village's people. You can't get more family values than that.
I'd be glad to help you attract "Sodom: The Musical" to Bethany. Just send me note (along with your book) if you need me.
Gen. JC Christian, patriot