Thirteen-year-old Lane Dunkley just wanted to go hunting with his grandfather.
What he got was a lecture on politics.
Dunkley and his father Daniel Reddy, who live in Tulsa, went to Broken Arrow Tuesday night for a hunter safety course normally required to get an Oklahoma hunting license.
The class was a reward of sorts. Dunkley, who wants to go hunting with his aging grandfather, was told he could only if he brought his grades up.
So he did – to a B-plus average.
But when father and son arrived at the lesson, the volunteer instructor, Kell Wolf, asked if any of the students voted for President Obama.
Reddy, a transplanted Californian – and ex-Marine – raised his hand.
According to Reddy and others in the room, Wolf called Obama â€œthe next thing to the Anti-Christâ€ and ordered Reddy and Dunkley from the room. When Reddy refused, Wolf said he would not teach â€œliberalsâ€ and would cancel the course if Reddy didnâ€™t leave.
So Reddy and Dunkley left, as did a few others.