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Tuesday, December 13, 2005

War on Christmas

--posted by Tony Garcia on 12/13/2005

Yep, there is a War against Christmas, a War against Christianity and a War against Jews (just look at how much the Left sides with the very Muslims who want Israel "wiped of the map").

At least someone on the Left understands what the aftermath of their war against Christmas will do.

The magic of the holidays are tainted by the very inclusion of the pseudo-holiday of Kwanza.

The magic of the hilidays are destroyed by the "Happy Holidays" and "Seasons Greetings" crap.

The solution is to avoid those phrases. Wish people whatever it is YOU celebrate. If you are Jewish wish people a Happy Chanukah. If you are a Christmas celebrater then wish people Merry Christmas. If you are an atheist just say nothing because this time of year means nothing to you anyway (and you better be in the office on the 24th & 25th REFUSING holiday pay).

That is how you can save the holidays without declaring war against Christians and Christmas.

So, Merry Christmas

2 Comments:

Blogger tom said...

So if I, as one who celebrates Christmas on January 7th like all good old calendar Orthodox Christians (or at least should), refuse holiday pay on the 25th, can I demand holiday pay on the 7th? Do you think my boss will go for that? What if I want two weeks of Holiday pay for Holy and Bright weeks? If we connect holiday pay to one's actual beliefs and practices, shouldn't that be what happens?

December 13, 2005  
Blogger Tony Garcia said...

You at least celebrate some semblance of a holiday (and, nope, Kwanza does not count). Orthodox Christians acknowledge the very essence that other Christians acknowledge: God and Christ.

"Atheists" don't. And since they are so hell bent to remove EVERYTHING Christian from the public arena it is fair to say they should not benefit from anything Christian...thus they should not get those days off, get extra pay on those days, etc.

December 14, 2005  

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