News That Will Drive You To Drink

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It’s small and petty, and exactly the sort of thing one would expect from a bully like Trump who would not even let Spicy meet the Pope:

Trump Administration Pulls Out of Stonewall Event, Sought Assurance That No LGBT Pride Flag is on Federal Land

The short version is that the National Park Service under Secretary Ryan Zinke redrew the maps of the boundaries for the Stonewall Inn National Monument so the flagpole would be outside the Federal property, you know, so that there would not be a permanent rainbow flag flying on Federal land. And he also arranged for a schedule conflict so that no representative of the Federal Government would be present for the dedication. And, just for shits and giggles, the NPS pulled the Stonewall page off the servers today.

In a related note, I have not seen anything from the Uncle Toms’ Log Cabin Club reacting to such a slap in the face.

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4 Responses to News That Will Drive You To Drink

  1. Nora Daly says:

    “…no better friend to LGBT community than me…”??

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  2. roket says:

    Who knows what evil lurks in the heart of man? Secretary Ryan Zinke knows.

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  3. Retiredeng says:

    I’ll wait and see how the NYC (and national) LGBT community fixes that desecration of gay rights. Some powerful folks there.

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  4. E.A. Blair says:

    The first question on the Log Cabin Republicans application form is “Are you a self-loathing masochist?” If the answer is “No” you don’t get to join.

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