Sunday, April 6, 2014

Umm. No!

Typical Gay Obama.
From the New York Daily News:Gay rights activist Harvey Milk is getting the Post Office's stamp of approval.
A photo of the slain San Francisco politician will be featured on stamps starting in May, making him the first openly gay elected official to be commemorated on a postage note.
This week the Post Office unveiled the black-and-white stamp design that will be released on May 22, Harvey Milk Day.
Milk, the first openly gay politician in California, was shot and killed in Nov. 1978 at the age of 48 by a member of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors.
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I'm sorry but he doesn't deserve a stamp.  U.S. Stamps should reserved for those who were extraordinary U.S. citizens and Milk was not an extraordinary American.  He was a San Francisco supervisor who was killed by a guy who needed a Twinkie fix.
But considering that Obama, the first gay president, who is probably pushing this, I am sure we will get some illegal immigrant stamp sometime before Obama leaves office.

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