Where is Christmas?

I know this is a little early but before you know it Christmas will be here along with Black Friday. I am damned tired of Christmas being a dirty word. I am damned tired of those that claim not to believe in God and Jesus and Christmas but they sure as hell celebrate, buy presents and take the damn day off. I think their asses should be at work and their businesses should be open. And yet almost all businesses are closed on this day of Christmas that they won’t mention or acknowledge.

How about government offices? This is Christmas which is suppose to celebrate the birth of Christ. Why are government offices closed for a religious holiday? There should be separation of church and state and they should be open for business. After all they can’t put a nativity on government property or the ten commandments. So why aren’t the government offices open and the people at work. The police, fire department and military work why not the rest of the government?

Are you offended by Christmas?

Are you offended by Christmas? Too damn bad. This is America and most of us celebrate Christmas. We don’t care what you celebrate and we aren’t offended by what you want to celebrate so piss off.

America is 85 or 90 percent Christian and that means we celebrate Christmas. This country was started and run on majority rules and not a bunch of loud mouth special interests. So again piss off.

The damn stores won’t allow their employees to say Merry Christmas while some leave it up to the employees. Most stores are now not even using the word Christmas in their sale ads. Stores like Bed, Bath and Beyond, Target and others. Even when selling Christmas trees they won’t say Christmas. One store even said they were selling holiday trees. WTF is that?

I have several solutions for these morons.

Wish everyone a Merry Christmas. If they don’t like it too bad. This is our country and we have freedom of speech. Boycott the stores that won’t use the word Christmas. This is their busiest time of the year and then they bite the hand that feeds them, Christians and Christmas.

Send out Christmas cards and any mail and write Merry Christmas on the outside of the envelope. A few years back someone suggested sending cards and letters to the ACLU with Merry Christmas on the envelope wishing them a Merry Christmas and put it on the inside too. They have to open every one.

You may also write to the ACLU at 125 Broad Street, 18th Floor, New York NY 10004. There are local offices to on the internet. Send them all best Christmas wishes.

Give gift cards for Christmas.

This serves several purposes. One, they don’t get the sale during the Christmas season more than likely because whomever receives the gift card probably won’t use it until the first of the year. Two, they may not get the sale at all if you buy general gift cards like a Visa gift card or gift cards from stores that do use the word Christmas in their ads etc. Three, the person that receives it may not use it for months that will really screw up their Christmas sales figures.

OR you can give vacations or holidays. Like a two or three days stay in a bed and breakfast. How about a gift card for a nice dinner for two. Use some imagination and get around these people/businesses that don’t want to offend the small percentage of people in the U.S. but don’t mind telling you to go to hell. That’s right the 85 or 90 percent that celebrate Christmas and they think you won’t do anything. They think you don’t count. They think you need to buy at Christmas.

Order and purchase from the internet. A lot of people are doing this anyway but continue to do it especially if they acknowledge Christmas. Some of these stores are struggling to survive already. It won’t take much to push them over the edge. Sears use to be the number one retailer in the country and is now struggling along with K-Mart. Target is failing. J.C. Penney was losing customers and on the verge of failing. None of these retailers are smart enough when it comes to marketing. They will continue to pander to these special interest groups all the while claiming it is about inclusion while they are excluding Christmas and those that celebrate it. 90 percent of over 300 million Americans is over 270 million Americans. Which would you rather sell to? 30 million or 270 million.

How about those alternatives?

How about Kwanzaa? These people that are offended by Christmas claim it is not inclusive while Kwanzaa is strictly an African-American holiday. Sounds exclusive to me or racist. This was created in 1966 and why was it put in December? December 26 to January 1st. Kwanzaa means “first fruits of the harvest.” Harvesting is usually done in the fall before winter so why is this right behind Christmas except to be divisive and again racist.

How about Hanukkah? Now this has been celebrated longer than Christmas but again why in December. December 24 to January 1st. During this time they light the eight candles of the menorah. Hanukkah is also known as the Festival of Lights and the Feast of Dedication. This like Kwanzaa appears to have nothing to do with the birth of Christ. So why does one start the day before Christmas and the other the day after Christmas. As I said above why not at harvest time in the fall?

Neither one of these uses a tree, i.e. a Christmas tree as part of its celebration so why then are retailers not selling “Christmas” trees?

It is time for us to take back out country and our traditions etc. As stated above Americans don’t care what you celebrate for the most part. We are not offended by your holiday so if Christmas offends you maybe you should consider returning to your country. If you came here to be American and part of America then be part of America.

They use to call America a melting pot because we came and blended or “melted” into American society and became one nation. We became Americans. Now thanks to liberals we are divided. Under the guise of keeping your countries traditions etc. they have divided us into smaller groups i.e. Italian-Americans, Native-Americans, etc. etc. etc.

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20 year veteran of the military. Born in Pennsylvania, grew up in Florida and retired in Florida. I have had two wives, and four children. Love the sunshine, the beach and fresh air. I really hate the cold and snow. Love a good rare steak, baked potato with butter and sour cream. I am addicted to pasta and especially fresh bread from Publix.

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