San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors wouldn’t resolve to take over from the Navy the responsibility for naming battleships so that one could be named after Harvey Milk, a peacenik moonbat whose main accomplishment was to be openly homosexual, without due consideration. Here is how one member came to make his weighty decision:
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.”
If only the decision-makers in DC had their feet planted this firmly on the ground.
On a tip from John H.