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How stupid is that, there should be a christmas tree & nativity scene in every city & every town square, this is America & we are a christian land & were founded on christianity, period!!
LET'S GET IT ON!!!!!
big john, according to our gubment, we be a nation of muslims. with that being said
MERRY CHRISTMAS everyone!
my jewish friends even love christmas trees. pi$$ on political correctness
It's the liberal judges.
Today, a Connecticut judge decreed that illegals can sue ICE agents because they feel they were 'profiled' or had their feelers hurt when being arrested.
The list goes on and on. I've been making a point of sending out Christmas cards to everyone I know...not Holiday cards.
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It's driving me crazy too! Here I am driving to the mall stuck in heavy, barely moving traffic finally getting there and having to follow a shopper to their car to get a parking space. I would normally go nowhere near the mall under those conditions except I'm doing what everyone else is doing, "Christmas Shopping". So then every time I make a purchase the clerk says "Have a nice Holiday". Of course I respond with "Merry Christmas" and they say "You too !" The dreaded politcally incorrect "C" word is never mentioned. It's always "you too" or "same to you". They won't say the word Christmas.
The retailers are only too glad to take your money as you are Christmas shop with the hoards of other people who are also shopping for Christmas but won't say the word for fear of offending someone. I mean for the love of Pete who else would go near the mall for something at this time of year if they weren't Christmas shopping.
I work with a lot of Jewish Doctors, many of whom are good friends and I ask them if they are offended being wished "Merry Christmas" by there well meaning patients.All of them to a man say absolutley not! They respond "Merry Christmas" back and usually don't even bother to mention that they don't celebrate the birth of Christ.As my one friend said " how I can get upset when someone wishes me a greeting of good cheer, after all Christians are celebrating the birth of a Jewish boy.
I wish all of my Jewish friends "Happy Channukah and they wish me a ""Merry Christmas" Ask yourself if you would be upset if someone wished you a Happy Channukah, I wouldn't.
It's amazing how easily everyone is browbeaten by political correctness to the point that everyone is afraid to say anything anymore for fear of offending someone. At Thanksgiving all anyone would say is have a nice Holiday. It's a real shame that evreything is becoming so vanilla, especially at what is such a special time of year for those who are religious or not.Everything is just a Holiday anymore from the 4th of July to Thanksgiving, from Memorial day to Chrstmas.
Frankly, I am offended that a "Holiday " which over 90% of all Americans celebrate in a religious or non secular way can't be mentioned in a public forum between strangers. It's a shame.
At the risk of offending someone "MERRY CHRISTMAS" to all !!!
Get 'em Bud, it's all these left wing nutbags. Hahahahaha, illegals suing ICE agents. That makes perfect sense...
I'm offended that you all don't specifically mention Festivus in your holiday wishes, as it comes first and is the best and most important holiday of the month.
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