May 23, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger
Supervisors in Orange County, California won't recognize slain gay civil rights leader Harvey Milk, on his state-sanctioned day, the L.A. Times reports : Activists, for the second year, asked Orange County supervisors Tuesday to recognize Milk's birthday with a proclamation, but the board declined the opportunity, as it did last year.
Why should Harvey Milk, a gay politian be recognized with a proclamation? What did he do for California? Militant gay groups can't find a gay hero so they just make one up.
The Liberal Times falsely reported (as they usually do) what happened in the Board of Supervisor's meeting; now they want to make a correction in their news story. I hope they also make an apology to the supervisor they slandered.
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