Skip to comments.Fighting For Our Right To Say Merry Christmas
Posted on 12/15/2011 12:22:41 PM PST by The Looking Spoon
A piece I quickly whipped up for my OMG! For America project.
We're still finalizing the operational site, so we posted this on our Facebook page, and have been VERY pleasantly surprised to see how well received it has been. It is by far our most liked/shared post to date.
Christmas is a FEDERAL Holiday!
It was made so as a mater of FEDERAL LAW!
I will continue to recognize that FEDERAL Holiday whenever and wherever I choose.
The same should be true of anybody in ANY public school!
I went shopping yesterday. Every store we went to said “Merry Christmas”, it made me smile.
FACT 1: Christ did exist even if you don’t believe a single thing every written about him. He was a messenger of peace.
FACT 2: The 25th of December is Christmas so why on earth would any good human being be offended by someone saying Merry Christmas? If you don’t believe then such a message should carry no more impact that if someone said: “Have a good weekend”. Any normal person ever offended by “Have a good weekend”?
FACT 3: Those who make an issue or are offended by someone saying “Merry Christmas” are the evil bottom feeders of our society. They are looking for anything and everything to chip away at the fabric of society.
FACT 4: One organization heads the list of anti-American thought and that is the ACLU and surprise they are offended by “Merry Christmas”
No sane Jew should object to those of us who worship a Jew but surprise many do and IMO they fall into Fact #3.
If a Jewish person said happy Hanukkah to me how could I possibly be offended even though that is not my belief I would take it as friendly greeting appropriate for this time of year.
As a Jew who is a business owner I have no issues whatsoever wishing my non-Jewish friends a MERRY CHRISTMAS OR A BLESSED CHRISTMAS.
America is too politically correct and we need to stop this crap as we are a Christian nation. No issue with this Jew.
No sane person should. May you be inscribed and sealed in the Book of Life. Catholic here.