Christmas wishes

I really don’t care what your religion is, or even if you don’t claim one – I’m still going to wish you a “Merry Christmas!” Of course, we all know that for the sake of “political correctness” and in the liberal’s misguided efforts to “not hurt anyone’s feelings” we have all but distroyed any mention, any reference, any symbol of Christmas from our daily lives.

What, for the life of me, I can’t understand is why no body cares about MY feelings! It is quite all right and proper to display menorahs, Muslim’s (remember, they are the fanatical scum who want to kill us all) crescent and star, and any other icons that represent a religious faith – but no signs reading “Merry Christmas,” or manger tableaus, no singing carols, nothing that remotely signifies a belief in Christ.

Is this ridiculous? Is it discriminatory? Of course it is. But Christians, being a rather nice bunch of people (in general) just let it go with no protests, no demonstrations in the streets burning menorahs or Muslim flags. (Come to think of it, I don’t believe you could burn a menorah since most of them are made of metal.) Okay, no stomping of menorahs.

Liberals, you should remember, are a minority in this nation – our citizens by a large margin are conservative in their beliefs and their actions. “Ah hah!” they say, “look at the last election! Liberals were swept into office!” Bah. Hum bug.
Off year elections always go to the minority party in congress, and in this  case  lots  of  conservatives voted  with  Democrats to  show their displeasure with the disgraceful way the Republicans were running government. But I digress.

It is the Liberal’s nonsensical guilt for the “down trodden,” and their lack of respect or admiration for this wonderful country of ours that makes them want everybody to tip toe around for fear of making someone of another race, religion, or ethnicity feel bad. And we conservatives let them get away with it.

But Christmas is more than the expression of Christian beliefs and traditions – it is a time of “good will to all men.” And it  is in that spirit that I wish you a hearty “Merry Christmas!” And may God bless you and your loved ones now and forever.

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One Comment on “Christmas wishes”

  1. Serena Says:

    Well fortunately for those of us in Wisconsin Dells, when we drive over the Wisconsin River, into the downtown Dells, there is a manger scene, all bright and beautiful, greeting all who visit. The city maintenance crews put it up with all of the other Christmas decorations. I’m glad they don’t let PC rule this small town which has hundreds of thousands of visitors each year. We cater to families, and the real Christmas story is a part of that.


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