Skip to comments.How far we’ve fallen: An official stamp of approval for sexual perversion
Posted on 10/17/2013 4:27:59 PM PDT by xzins
The U.S. Postal Service is putting its stamp of approval on homosexual activism in announcing plans to issue a stamp honoring Harvey Milk....man known for his promiscuous lifestyle and his relationships with underage boys.
Barber, Matt (Liberty Counsel)Well, like so much of progressive that's liberal propaganda, this is rooted in a whitewashing of reality. It's rooted in historical revisionism, states Barber.
Activists sympathetic to the homosexual agenda have elevated Milk to the status of martyr, notes Barber, but explains that's a false notion.
Harvey Milk was known as a pederast, he says. That's a man who in his mid-30s had a sexual appetite for teenage boys as young as 15 years old. According to Barber, that has been confirmed by victims who stepped forward.
Harvey Milk was demonstrably, categorically an evil man based on his rape of teenage boys, he states bluntly. And the fact that our U.S. government would be commemorating and recognizing him as some kind of hero really just boggles the mind.
The stamp will be issued in 2014.
(Excerpt) Read more at onenewsnow.com ...
Hope it is self-adhesive.
I’d be mighty afraid to lick it.
I will refuse mail with this stamp on it.
Represents epitome of liberal accomplishment
The best way to protest this is to mail packages of Twinkies with Harvey Milk stamps.
“The Twinkie defense” was successfully used by his assassin, Dan White.
“White’s defense was that he suffered diminished capacity as a result of his depression. His change in diet from healthy food to Twinkies and other sugary food was said to be a symptom of depression. Contrary to common belief, White’s attorneys did not argue that the Twinkies were the cause of White’s actions, but that their consumption was symptomatic of his underlying depression. White was convicted of voluntary manslaughter, instead of murder.”
Of course it’s politically incorrect to even notice the focus which the homosexual agenda places on children. They want homosexuality taught in schools. They want to be boy scout leaders. They want to adopt. They’ll even claim it’s a right.
I will not be licking that stamp!
me too......what a disgrace....harvey milk is to young boys as Joe Smith was to very young girls.....a predator....there, I said it...
Mod, could you help out here. The following link is the correct link to the article. I must have messed it up somehow. (Thanks CivilWarBrewing.)
U.S. Pedarast Service
Hmmmm.. A cheap shot perhaps
But .. Why the willingness to ‘canonize’ so easily?
When did the USPS become politicized?
I posted this to another thread but this is probably more appropriate. I went to town today, small town Oklahoma. There were two women walking down main street holding hands! This is just something u do not see in small town, ultra conservative Oklahoma. They feel emboldened. They were walking defiantly and proud.
Milk was an SOB that no one liked, his only real claim to fame was that he was shot, if he had not been the creep would have faded into history.
(Oh, and then Feinstein would have never hit the national stage)
Wouldn’t work for adults.
“When did the USPS become politicized?”
I wager it was about the same time it became unionized.
And don’t forget his culpability to Jim Jones and Jonestown.
I’m not sure ‘fallen’ is the correct terminology given the sordid history surrounding Comstock officials acting as a special agents of the U.S. Post Office. Post Office officials were first granted censorship powers sometime after the Civil War in the late 19th century ?? forbidding delivery of any mail having to do with sex which continued until the 1950’s ?? The representation on a measly stamp is a pretty fake outrage in comparison.
Very sad that a pervert like Milk would be honored by anyone, let alone the USPS.
Straight men who marry their baby momma, work their job, and defend their country will be rare enough some day to qualify for a stamp.
Well...we were eating at a Pub a couple weeks ago, and a couple of women were necking....I said kinda loudly....”get a room”.....didn’t think they heard me...but, they left shortly thereafter, and I heard one of them say....”get a room”....(luckily my husband had his back to them....could have gotten ugly.)
I’ll be happy to go to the PO and then refuse that stamp and tell them why.
That is an excellent insight, Vermont. Thanks.
Not trying to be cruel, but most of the dykes I've ever seen have already done the "gotten"
No "could have" about them.
The death of Harvey Milk gave us Diane Feinstein. Did it not?
Someone above reminded of that. I had forgotten.
We must keep praying and keep fighting the good fight. It is shocking but then again not really b/c the Bible told us we would be mocked in the last days for our beliefs....well, here we are!!
It’s the US government commemorating Harvey Milk and not necessarily the American people — the two are slowly getting mutually exclusive.
Agenda uber alles
It all comes down to what is a reasonable level of decency that all in the community are obliged to abide by.. Or .. Face the consequences.
You be the Judge.
And the ref..
Some folks have been known to go ‘Postal’
For lesser issues..
Nothing new, just more personal , at least for some
I avoid the USPS as much as possible. I have found the service to be so sub par as to be insulting. I no longer take mail at my residence because the carrier was lifting items from my mailbox.
My neighbors and I have our mailboxes on a plank between two posts.
I have a notion to put a trash can under the boxes with a sign "Junk mail" and a sign on the mailbox that states "1st Class Mail only."
Any ship named after Harvey Milk should be named the “USS Milktoast.”
He was a strange creature. A pretty sympathetic film was made about him, and for a documentary, it was not bad. However, it didn’t cover any dark secrets he had, esp. if it concerned any relations with young boys.
But then again, that’s Hollywood and San Francisco.
How about a Harvey Milk LSD stamp, that would be more appropriate.
Just have a stamp of a semen-encrusted glory hole, shot in any SF bathhouse...
The death of George Moscone gave us Dianne Feinstein. Dan White killed him as well as Milk.
Jerry Sandusky stamp in another two decades.
I have never in my long life been forced to buy an ugly postage stamp. I have never used a stamp I would not buy.
And as a bonus, anyone who would send me mail with an unacceptable stamp on it would never hear an acknowledgement, since it would go directly where it belongs.
What's the point of this thread again?
Hard to argue against that. Honestly I was (more-a-less) taking a cheap shot an unions and their ever present desire to politicize everything, then proselytizing their typically socialist worldview.
Your government at work with our money.
Yeah, I’m sure ol’ queer Harvey was good at milking something...
I’ll pass on those stamps.
“Ill pass on those stamps.”
Me too. I’ve actually stopped holding out and am paying most of my bills electronically. I don’t really like doing it (paying electronically), but I’ve had it.
It’s my small contribution to torpedoing the USPS.
Who knew the postal service would launch a Bukkake stamp series ?
That’s one reason it’s not a good idea to assassinate people.
Would this sleazebag be lionized if White hadn’t made a martyr of him?
Well, White had snapped and obviously wasn’t considering the consequences of his actions. A week earlier, suburban SF Congressman Leo Ryan had been assassinated on Rev. Jim Jones’s orders, so it’s possible that might’ve spurred him on. Remember, he also planned to shoot a few others (including Willie Brown, the future Mayor & CA Assembly Speaker).
It had nothing to do with Milk’s sexual proclivities, but that he had become a political enemy after they had been former allies. If anything, Milk may have spurred on the murders, since after White had hastily submitted his resignation as a City Supervisor (the equivalent of a Councilman/Alderman) and White tried to walk it back, supposedly Mayor Moscone was going to reappoint him until Milk read Moscone the riot act and it changed the Mayor’s mind.
Milk thought he’d gotten rid of an enemy, and supposedly was quite self-satisfied. Anybody should know, you don’t taunt someone who has snapped.
Why the adulations over Milk based on any accomplishments other than the fact he had sex with men (and apparently a boy, as well) ? He had been in office a grand total of 10 months (!) Had he lived, at some point perhaps, he might’ve ended up as Mayor (likely facing off with Feinstein, who was actually a part of the Conservative faction of the Supervisors).
It’s amazing how much Moscone was left in the dustbin of history. It was expected that in 1982 he would run for Governor (and presumably would’ve run to L.A. Mayor Tom Bradley’s left), and quite possibly might’ve managed to beat Deukmejian (as the claim that Bradley’s race may have played a part in his narrow loss that Moscone wouldn’t have faced). Had he won, it would’ve been a given he would’ve been a Presidential candidate by either 1984, 1988 or 1992. Far higher and more influential than Milk.
Of course, with CA having sadly gone moonbat, it’s also possible Milk would’ve been in Pelosi’s House seat today (she wouldn’t have won at all) or even would’ve made it to the Senate instead of either Boxer or Feinstein. But, it’s all speculation. He also might’ve died of AIDS before the ‘80s were out, as so many of his Castro District constituents did.