Skip to comments.City official consults Ouija board before vote
Posted on 05/23/2012 12:21:16 PM PDT by matt1234
A San Francisco supervisor says he consulted a Ouija board before city leaders voted on whether to recommend naming a Navy ship after slain gay rights activist Harvey Milk.
Supervisor John Avalos tells the San Francisco Chronicle (http://bit.ly/KnVnbu ) that he believes he made contact with Milk's spirit and that Milk spelled out letters indicating: "Good riddance to don't ask, don't tell."
Te Board of Supervisors approved the non-binding resolution Tuesday on a 9-2 vote.
Milk was a city supervisor and former naval officer. He was fatally shot in 1978 by Dan White.
Supporters say the naming would honor the repeal of the `don't ask, don't tell" law barring open homosexuality in the military.
Opponents say Milk opposed war and it would be inappropriate to name a warship after him.
your tax dollars at work
"...and I read kitty turds in litter, and they say, "your an ***hole"
San Fran, a SWIVED Up city in a SWIVED Up State!
At one time, SF was my favorite city. That time is long past. It’s bad enough that this idiot would admit this; it’s even worse to think that a whole bunch of idiots ELECTED him to sit on the Board of Supervisors.
Where is Satan leading that city, I wonder.
That stuff will haunt him.
He is doomed.
I’ll pray for him. ouija is no good: satanism. period.
Not too much, but just enough
i wasn’t aware that the sf city council was in charge of naming naval vessels. (learn something every day)
He's right, consult with Ouija boards often......bwahahahahahahahahahaha!
I don’t believe in Ouija boards.
For a true psychic reading, you need to consult Miss Cleo.
I see nothing wrong with a Democrat politician using a Ouija Board to consult the dead, before a vote. After all, you need to stay in touch with your voting base.
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