Say Merry Christmas to everyone.
Yeah right!! Because some asshole or assholes are offended OR we have to be sensitive to others OR it is about inclusion then most of us can’t or won’t say Merry Christmas. Even some businesses won’t allow employees to say Merry Christmas…………….IN AMERICA!!
I am as sick of this as I can be every damn year. I write down the stores and businesses that refuse to use Christmas in their ads and I don’t shop there any more, screw them. This is f****** America which is around 85% Christian which means we celebrate Christmas. If you don’t like it too bad. You came here for freedom you don’t get to take our freedom to celebrate Christmas and say Merry Christmas.
The other night I watched WWE salute to the troops. In between segments and during the show only ONE person had the balls to say Merry Christmas. All the others said “Happy Holidays.” Screw that. This is what these guys are fighting for, freedom, freedom of speech, fighting for the Constitution and to defend OUR WAY OF LIFE. Not some damn foreigner’s way of life or tradition.
This bullshit they use with different subjects, like Christmas, of inclusion is bullshit. It is not my job or America’s job to include you by EXCLUDING Christmas. HELLO!!! Doesn’t anyone see the insanity here. How is that inclusion? What are you including them in? Certainly not Christmas so what the hell are you including others in? What? This is just an excuse to take another American tradition away and using inclusion as an excuse. If you don’t like it go elsewhere or back where you came from. If you don’t like it and you are American then leave and take your moron celebrities with you.
Who celebrates Christmas in America?
From the Pew Research Center article in December of 2013. Nearly all U.S. Christians (96%) say they celebrate Christmas. No big surprise there. But a new Pew Research Center survey also finds that 81% of non-Christians in the United States celebrate Christmas, testifying to the holiday’s wide acceptance in America.
Non-Christians are a diverse group. They include Americans who are religiously unaffiliated (atheists, agnostics and people who describe themselves, religiously, as “nothing in particular”), of whom 87% celebrate Christmas.
They also include people of other faiths. A 2012 Pew Research survey found that roughly three-quarters of Asian-American Buddhists (76%) and Hindus (73%) celebrate Christmas. In addition, our recent survey of U.S. Jews found that about a third (32%) had a Christmas tree in their home last year. And some American Muslims celebrate both the religious and cultural aspects of Christmas, according to news reports.
SO WHAT THE HELL IS THE PROBLEM WITH SAYING “MERRY CHRISTMAS” and who the hell is opposed to it. Five people in the United States? This is the problem today. All it takes is some small loud mouth group to start something like this. A lot of times it is groups like the ACLU. This is a group supposedly that defends freedom of speech.
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