Oklahoma State Rep. Sally Kern, the woman best known for saying gays were the “biggest threat our nation has” at a gathering of Republicans, says she has found the gay agenda. And it's not good.

Speaking at the Clouds Over America conference, run and organized by the John Birch Society in Oklahoma City, Kern told a welcoming crowd that she found the elusive gay agenda between the pages of Marshall Kirk's and Hunter Madsen's 1990 book After The Ball: How America Will Conquer Its fear & Hatred Of Gays In The 90s. Its authors mostly argue in 432 pages that gays and lesbians will most likely be accepted once they are liked by the general public.

Oklahoma Gazette, the Oklahoma City alternative weekly, reports Kern spoke to a packed crowd.

“You know,” Kern said, “I've done a lot of reading on this. I wish I could describe to you their behavior. I will not because I would be redder than this suit. It's their behavior that we oppose.”

“This theme of equality and freedom is the approach that the homosexuals are using today [as the book describes] – totally perverting the true intention of what our Constitution meant. ... The homosexuals get it – it's a struggle between our religious freedoms and their right to do what they want to do.”

Attendees at the late January conference greeted Kern's speech with a round of Amens.

Kern called for a new “Great Awakening” to defend the country against her newly found gay agenda.

“The solution is another Great Awakening, folks,” she said. “We need a spiritual revival, and that will only come if God's people, especially you pastors, will stand in your pulpits and vocally preach the word of God and thus declare the Lord this sin, and preach it in love, only then does our nation have a chance of overcoming the scourge of AIDS, HIV and the devastating destruction that the homosexual lifestyle is bringing on your children and grandchildren.”

Kern was the only politician to be included in the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) 2008 list of top offenders. Her March speech vilifying gays made headlines when the Gay & Lesbian Victory Fund posted her rantings on You Tube. The preacher's wife turned politician stood defiantly in support of her views that the gay community is “the death knell in the country” and “the biggest threat that our nation has, even more so than terrorism or Islam,” and somehow managed to win re-election.