An inconvenient question for San Francisco (updated)

Reader Sue K.  made a superb point about the visit of the French warship Prairial to San Francisco, which I mentioned yesterday. I wish I had made it myself. But I can pass it on to readers:
Heh.  So American "warships" are not welcome in San Francisco, but French "warships" are.  Now...is that a case of total illogic, a slur against the French, or just a statement of treason?
Update: I saw American Thinker's note on the visit of French frégate de surveillance Prairial to San Francisco.
Quite aside from the bizarre attitude of San Franciscans to the presence of US warships as opposed to welcoming foreign warships, the visit of a French ship named Prairial is perhaps appropriate for such a Lefty city in another way  -- "Prairial," (trans: "Prairie" or "Meadow") for which the frigate is named, is the ninth month of the French revolutionary calendar. This calendar displaced the Gregorian calendar used by the rest of Christendom, and was of a piece with the Revolution's persecution of, among other things, Christianity. No wonder the San Francisco crowd welcomes this ship.
The calendar proved about as practical as most left-wing innovations, and Napoléon I put an end to the calendar nonsense on 1 January 1806 (11 Nivôse, Year XIV), and went back to the regular calendar. 
Hale Cullom
Houston, Texas
<http://www.dhchaos.blogspot.com> 

Reader Sue K.  made a superb point about the visit of the French warship Prairial to San Francisco, which I mentioned yesterday. I wish I had made it myself. But I can pass it on to readers:
Heh.  So American "warships" are not welcome in San Francisco, but French "warships" are.  Now...is that a case of total illogic, a slur against the French, or just a statement of treason?
Update: I saw American Thinker's note on the visit of French frégate de surveillance Prairial to San Francisco.
Quite aside from the bizarre attitude of San Franciscans to the presence of US warships as opposed to welcoming foreign warships, the visit of a French ship named Prairial is perhaps appropriate for such a Lefty city in another way  -- "Prairial," (trans: "Prairie" or "Meadow") for which the frigate is named, is the ninth month of the French revolutionary calendar. This calendar displaced the Gregorian calendar used by the rest of Christendom, and was of a piece with the Revolution's persecution of, among other things, Christianity. No wonder the San Francisco crowd welcomes this ship.
The calendar proved about as practical as most left-wing innovations, and Napoléon I put an end to the calendar nonsense on 1 January 1806 (11 Nivôse, Year XIV), and went back to the regular calendar. 
Hale Cullom
Houston, Texas
<http://www.dhchaos.blogspot.com>