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Secretary of the Navy is moving forward with the USS Harvey Milk

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OFFICIAL MESSAGE FROM THE QUEEN MOTHER, NICOLE THE GREAT

The Queen Mother Nicole the Great is excited to announce that she has heard from the Secretary of the Navy that they are moving forward with the USS Harvey Milk and sending it to Congress.

We all know this has a been a dream of the Queen Mothers for many years. And with your help and fortitude we have moved forward. She has asked me to let you all know how eternally grateful she is for all the hard work and campaigning you have all done to make this possible. First the Harvey Milk stamp and now a naval vessel. This is truly a momentous gay for the GLBT community.

Nicole is being inundated with calls from every media outlet asking for her e. She has also been contacted by the Milk family, who are beside themselves with this news.

Again, Her Majesty wants each and everyone of you to know, "this is not her win, but this is OUR win. We did it! A true accomplishment for all people. Thank you to everyone who has been a part of this."
As I get more information from Her Majesty I will pass it on

Bobby Childers
Chancellor to the Queen Mother

FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT THE ARTICLE:

Navy to Name Ship After Gay Rights Activist Harvey Milk

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