Ireland’s State-run postal service An Post has denied that a stamp produced for Valentine’s Day is intended to back a Yes vote in the forthcoming same-sex marriage referendum. According to The Irish Catholic newspaper, the latest stamp, employing the word ‘LOVE’ in multi-coloured lettering, also includes, as part of the red letter ‘E’ an equals sign, an internationally recognised symbol for support of gay marriage.

An Post denies stamp is ‘pro-gay marriage’ (Iona Institute)

Pro same sex marriage stamp criticised (The Irish Catholic)

(H/T: Rep)

20 thoughts on “Hate/Love

  1. Rob_G

    Equals signs are pro-gay marriage?

    Even the mathematicians have been infiltrated by the all-pervading gay lobby…

      1. andyourpointiswhatexactly

        Equality is good, but only on their terms. Gays don’t deserve equality due to their sinful ways. Bumming and mincing and the like.

  2. graven

    Well if it makes Iona feel any better it could be contended that the yellow lettering highlights the word No. Zzzzz/

  3. Frilly Keane

    Typical of the I Hate You gangs

    Looking to start a fight over something lovely and sweet and charmingly innocent

    Go back to yere grottos of misery and intolerance

        1. Clampers Outside!

          * what do you mean you’re leaving me, you can’t, you just cannot do that, literally *

          Weeps uncontrollably.

          * has argument with Palm over who should clean it up *

          Sleeps on wet side…. Palm gets the pillow.

          THE END

          1. andyourpointiswhatexactly

            Here, pet! Have some tea!
            What’s that you say? It tastes bitter? It’s not bromide, I promise. Drink up.

  4. Ciarán Ó Raghallaigh

    See the letters in papal yellow?? Reading from the top down, that’s a big fat NO.


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