Politically Correct Christmas

Be careful how you decorate your place this Christmas. You wouldn't want to offend anyone. You better take down that Santa. Oh, and don't put up a nativity scene. And those tunes have to go. Back to Article

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DoomHat wrote:
2010-12-26 02:47:46 -0800

screw you its merry christmas

tiffy267_1495582 wrote:
2010-12-10 07:28:35 -0800

ok, i believe that Christmas has absolutely nothing to do with politics.. for one, people fled thier own countries to come to America to pratice their religion FREELY and UNCONTRIDICTEDLY!!! if any one has a problem because they see a Santa Clause outside, they can get over it. because this is America and we have repeatedly faught for our freedom. i know i for one dont care if an Isrealite or Jewisj person doesnt celebrate Christmas. am i offended at all?? ABSOLUTELY NOT! So thats that lol

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The Right Way to Celebrate Xmas? Vote!

  • A symbol from everyone's culture has to be there or nothing at all.
  • Christmas is about fun. Who cares if Santa or an angel is missing?
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