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American Family Association Tells Members to Send Back All Mail Bearing a Harvey Milk Stamp

The American Family Association is instructing its members to send back all the mail they receive that comes bearing a Harvey Milk stamp, in a comical pearl-clutching alert:

MilkThe Harvey Milk stamp was a result of seven years of lobbying by a self-described drag queen (a biological man with implanted breasts) and former transsexual prostitute Nicole Murray Ramirez of San Diego.

Honoring predator Harvey Milk on a U.S. postage stamp is disturbing to say the least. Harvey Milk was a very disreputable man and used his charm and power to prey on young boys with emotional problems and drug addiction. He is the last person we should be featuring on a stamp.

Unfortunately, the deed is done. The United States Postal Service honored a child predator at the whim of a drag queen.

Furthermore, the radical homosexual lobby will undoubtedly encourage businesses to use these stamps - all in the name of inclusiveness, political correctness and diversity. This is not diversity; this is perversity.

What you can do…

1. Refuse to accept the Harvey Milk stamp if offered by your local post office. Instead, ask for a stamp of the United States flag.

2. Refuse to accept mail at your home or business if it is postmarked with the Harvey Milk stamp. Simply write 'Return to Sender" on the envelope and tell your postman you won't accept it.

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  1. And the brain cells just keep on dying....

    Posted by: Jack M | May 29, 2014 1:05:31 PM

  2. I hope they all win cash prizes sent by mail...

    Posted by: Jeff | May 29, 2014 1:10:02 PM

  3. I have no problem with them boycotting their own mail.

    Posted by: tim S | May 29, 2014 1:19:16 PM

  4. LOL. Fools.

    Posted by: TWINS | May 29, 2014 1:22:56 PM

  5. Who wrote that ridiculous press release? Mrs. Betty Bowers?

    Posted by: Derek | May 29, 2014 1:31:29 PM

  6. I'd love to see them refuse their own donation envelopes.

    Posted by: Bill | May 29, 2014 1:33:15 PM

  7. We just bought 20 sheets at our rural little post office. Nobody batted an eye.

    Posted by: Wavin' Dave | May 29, 2014 1:36:17 PM

  8. I think I want to go buy some stamps today.

    Posted by: Rad | May 29, 2014 1:42:43 PM

  9. It makes me want to send them an envelope with the words "Donation Enclosed" written on the outside and stamped with the Milk stamp. What would Jesus do?

    Posted by: e.c. | May 29, 2014 1:47:45 PM

  10. Why don't we surreptitiously petition all the credit card companies, etc. to send their statements to all those AFA niwits with the Harvey Milk stamp? Then, the nitwits reject the letters, send them back unopened and fall into arrears.

    Nah. That's too easy. Maybe we should just pray for them. They need Jesus.

    Posted by: jamal49 | May 29, 2014 1:55:21 PM

  11. Gotta love their disingenuous spin - "predator," AFA, really? How do you define that, when dealing with a man who never had a significant relationship with anyone underage? Is the problem that he was attracted to people with emotional issues (at least 3 of his boyfriends attempted suicide with one actually succeeding when he was a Supervisor)? Is it because he tended to be older than his boyfriends (but still closer in age than, say, Donald Trump is to his current piece of tail)? Or is it that you so needed to smear this gay icon that you went back to the pedophile well?

    Posted by: CPT_Doom | May 29, 2014 2:11:29 PM

  12. Is this because Harvey Milk supported Jim Jones?...

    Posted by: styler | May 29, 2014 2:21:39 PM

  13. how many stamp would they refuse if they had priests (true child predators) on them?

    Posted by: Jaysonn | May 29, 2014 2:32:21 PM

  14. Styler (Rick), nice deflection. We know you hate openly gay people and our community's heros. Perhaps if you weren't such an abominable troll we wouldn't hate you so much.

    Posted by: Tyler | May 29, 2014 2:49:50 PM

  15. I could be wrong, but I don't think someone can legally "return to sender" (without paying additional postage) a letter that is correctly addressed to them. I've been under the impression that "return to sender" is only postage paid if the addressee has moved or died.

    Posted by: Dan Humphrey | May 29, 2014 2:50:31 PM

  16. We should all mail them donations of a penny or such with these stamps...

    Posted by: Hank NYC | May 29, 2014 3:02:42 PM

  17. Please all utility companies and any other entities that are sending out billing notices, place Harvey Milk stamps on all your envelopes' containing bills!

    Posted by: RonCharles | May 29, 2014 3:04:43 PM

  18. RICK/STYLER: Stop posting as me in a way that suggests we're the same person. Liking my name with a dead-end address isn't fooling anyone!!!

    Posted by: Tyler | May 29, 2014 3:13:19 PM

  19. What would you expect from a group that doesn't know the difference between a stamp and a postmark?

    Posted by: Paul | May 29, 2014 3:40:52 PM

  20. GOT MILK?

    Go to the post office for some.

    Posted by: james street james | May 29, 2014 4:22:30 PM

  21. and I say send the AFA 1000's of mail with the Harvey Milk stamp on it!

    Posted by: Bernie | May 29, 2014 5:00:04 PM

  22. Once a U.S. stamp goes all the way through the approval process at the highest levels of the Post Office to the Postmaster General and the Citizens Stamp Advisory Committee then that U.S. stamp cannot be the target of an ORGANIZED boycotted by any individual or group because they personally do not like it.

    Especially a recognized HATE GROUP like the "Family Research Association". It is past time that the American public was finally made aware of who they ACTUALLY are. For one thing they are only for "some" and not for ALL families. Also any real research is totally non existent. Am not even certain that the word Association fits. Think Ass. is not only more concise. It is probably more accurate.

    A person does not have to purchase any stamp themselves, but they certainly cannot tell people to return stamps that may come to them IN THE MAIL for false reasons. That is blatantly against the law.

    U.S. postage stamps were created by an act of Congress. As such they have strict legal protection much like U.S. Paper currency. The same act sub section declare words to the effect that any person who shall fraudulently utter information about any postage stamp, with the intent to defraud the post office department, shall be deemed guilty of felony, and be punished by a fine, imprisonment or both.

    Several years ago when a postal clerk refused to sell me and several others stamps with the AIDS ribbon because he did not like gays saying that he had a lot of other commemorative stamps that he thought were better. He was fired.

    The same thing should happen here only on a much bigger scale with the Family Research Association. They certainly have left themselves wide open for lawsuits by the government and others that hopefully well put them out of business permanently.

    Posted by: Mike | May 29, 2014 5:35:13 PM

  23. OH no, gay mail, don't touch it you'll have a gababy.

    Posted by: Terry | May 29, 2014 6:10:55 PM

  24. Thank you @MIKE very good information.

    Posted by: WTF21 | May 29, 2014 6:45:57 PM

  25. @MIKE

    So how can this happen? Who does one speak to about this? - "The same act sub section declare words to the effect that any person who shall fraudulently utter information about any postage stamp, with the intent to defraud the post office department, shall be deemed guilty of felony, and be punished by a fine, imprisonment or both."

    Or maybe as in most cases these laws only apply when we're NOT talking about anti-gay offenders. Anti-gay individuals and groups tend to get a free-pass for these kinds of defamations.

    Posted by: Deth | May 29, 2014 8:00:19 PM

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