War on Christmas
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bosco

Columbus, OH

#1 Dec 2, 2012
I just watched a video of Penn of Penn and Teller talking about the "War on Christmas". He explains that he feels left out of the holiday spirit when you say "Merry Christmas". He feels excluded and therefore the proper greeting should be "Happy Holidays" and that would include everyone. What a CROCK.
Mr Penn,
when I greet you and say "Merry Christmas" it is a happy greeting denoting the "reason for the season" and the opportunity to share my joy in celebrating this holiday. Consider my "Merry Christmas" an invitation to share in my joy.
Belligerent Noodle

Cleveland, OH

#2 Dec 2, 2012
Merry Christmas is just and proper. If people can't accept an honest greeting of the season,weather they are not Christians or not, to bad. grow up! Not everything evolves around them!
I'm sick of accommodating POLITICALLY CORRECTNESS TO SELFISH PEOPLE!

At work, ONE person complained to the owner about the Christmas tree and insulted her beliefs, and complained about not having a menorah.
The next year and to this day, we have no tree but we have a menorah.
It's people, who don't stand up for their rights, makes it hard on everyone else who want to enjoy their holidays in peace and with TRADITIONS!

MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!!
Dan

Springboro, OH

#3 Dec 2, 2012
bosco wrote:
I just watched a video of Penn of Penn and Teller talking about the "War on Christmas". He explains that he feels left out of the holiday spirit when you say "Merry Christmas". He feels excluded and therefore the proper greeting should be "Happy Holidays" and that would include everyone. What a CROCK.
Mr Penn,
when I greet you and say "Merry Christmas" it is a happy greeting denoting the "reason for the season" and the opportunity to share my joy in celebrating this holiday. Consider my "Merry Christmas" an invitation to share in my joy.
Christianity is the light of the world. Atheism, Nihilism, Critical Race Theory and Islam are the darkness of the world. These silly people should have to live in darkness in the Sudan, Somalia, Botswana, Haiti or Harlem to see what life is like.
Belligerent Noodle

Cleveland, OH

#4 Dec 2, 2012
Dan wrote:
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Christianity is the light of the world. Atheism, Nihilism, Critical Race Theory and Islam are the darkness of the world. These silly people should have to live in darkness in the Sudan, Somalia, Botswana, Haiti or Harlem to see what life is like.
All you have mentioned above should go back to their prospective sand holes and stay there!
They are trained from infancy to hate and kill.

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#5 Dec 2, 2012
Belligerent Noodle wrote:
Merry Christmas is just and proper. If people can't accept an honest greeting of the season,weather they are not Christians or not, to bad. grow up! Not everything evolves around them!
I'm sick of accommodating POLITICALLY CORRECTNESS TO SELFISH PEOPLE!
At work, ONE person complained to the owner about the Christmas tree and insulted her beliefs, and complained about not having a menorah.
The next year and to this day, we have no tree but we have a menorah.
It's people, who don't stand up for their rights, makes it hard on everyone else who want to enjoy their holidays in peace and with TRADITIONS!
MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!!
She did, and you're condemning her for it. Hypocrite.

I'm a liberal and an atheist, and "Merry Christmas" doesn't bother me and I use it in greetings to show respect to those who believe. Showing respect for others is something some Christians need to learn.

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Since: Jan 12

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#6 Dec 2, 2012
Belligerent Noodle wrote:
Merry Christmas is just and proper. If people can't accept an honest greeting of the season,weather they are not Christians or not, to bad. grow up! Not everything evolves around them!
I'm sick of accommodating POLITICALLY CORRECTNESS TO SELFISH PEOPLE!
At work, ONE person complained to the owner about the Christmas tree and insulted her beliefs, and complained about not having a menorah.
The next year and to this day, we have no tree but we have a menorah.
It's people, who don't stand up for their rights, makes it hard on everyone else who want to enjoy their holidays in peace and with TRADITIONS!
MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!!
I am wondering what sort of business and who your customer base is.
Big Johnson

Columbus, OH

#7 Dec 2, 2012
bosco wrote:
I just watched a video of Penn of Penn and Teller talking about the "War on Christmas". He explains that he feels left out of the holiday spirit when you say "Merry Christmas". He feels excluded and therefore the proper greeting should be "Happy Holidays" and that would include everyone. What a CROCK.
Mr Penn,
when I greet you and say "Merry Christmas" it is a happy greeting denoting the "reason for the season" and the opportunity to share my joy in celebrating this holiday. Consider my "Merry Christmas" an invitation to share in my joy.
Why not just celebrate your stupid little superstitions among yourselves instead of trying to force them on everyone?

“Don't trust the internet!”

Since: Jan 12

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#8 Dec 2, 2012
Belligerent Noodle wrote:
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All you have mentioned above should go back to their prospective sand holes and stay there!
They are trained from infancy to hate and kill.
BN--not everything mentioned there has roots in a "sand hole." Although, Christianity certainly does.

Of the things mentioned there, however, I would say that only Critical Race Theory has American roots.

I am reminded of the two children that clung to one of the ghosts in Dicken's A Christmas Carol. Do you remember who they were? Poverty and ignorance. Perhaps these are appropriate enemies to seek to drive out. Under the banner of Christianity.
Belligerent Noodle

Cleveland, OH

#9 Dec 2, 2012
Do you think it was right to take away our Christmas tree which is OUR belief?
NO!!!! Do you understand we don't have a tree????
She was selfish and never considered our feelings,beliefs and traditions.
She got her menorah but we never got OUR tree back!
If people are so sensitive to others beliefs, then they should live in a bubble.
Sorry...I'm not a hypocrite.
No need to call names.
Big Johnson

Columbus, OH

#10 Dec 2, 2012
Belligerent Noodle wrote:
Do you think it was right to take away our Christmas tree which is OUR belief?
NO!!!! Do you understand we don't have a tree????
She was selfish and never considered our feelings,beliefs and traditions.
She got her menorah but we never got OUR tree back!
If people are so sensitive to others beliefs, then they should live in a bubble.
Sorry...I'm not a hypocrite.
No need to call names.
You are selfish and insensitive to the woman who likes menorahs. Is the any particular reason why you can't have a tree in your own home or church?
Enzyte Bob

Columbus, OH

#11 Dec 2, 2012
Big Johnson wrote:
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You are selfish and insensitive to the woman who likes menorahs. Is the any particular reason why you can't have a tree in your own home or church?
Menorahs are stupid. It is a symbol fo the most minor of freaking religious holidays by Jews only wanting to trample all over the second most important Christian holiday.

Someone whining about a menorah not being put up at Christmas time is like someone whining on Veterans' Day that people weren't placing equal import on the death of some hoodrat who got shot to death robbing a liquor store.
Belligerent Noodle

Cleveland, OH

#12 Dec 2, 2012
Big Johnson wrote:
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You are selfish and insensitive to the woman who likes menorahs. Is the any particular reason why you can't have a tree in your own home or church?
Do you not understand, we have a menorah, but no tree because of her?
While she got her tradition, ours was taken away!
This is a BUSINESS, not home, or church.
I am not nor am I ever insensitive to anyone and by no means selfish.
Wy is this so hard for people to grasp?
Big Johnson

Columbus, OH

#13 Dec 2, 2012
Enzyte Bob wrote:
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Menorahs are stupid. It is a symbol fo the most minor of freaking religious holidays by Jews only wanting to trample all over the second most important Christian holiday.
Someone whining about a menorah not being put up at Christmas time is like someone whining on Veterans' Day that people weren't placing equal import on the death of some hoodrat who got shot to death robbing a liquor store.
Actually menorahs are far more practical than trees. What does a tree have to do with Jesus anyway?
Enzyte Bob

Columbus, OH

#14 Dec 2, 2012
bosco wrote:
I just watched a video of Penn of Penn and Teller talking about the "War on Christmas". He explains that he feels left out of the holiday spirit when you say "Merry Christmas". He feels excluded and therefore the proper greeting should be "Happy Holidays" and that would include everyone. What a CROCK.
Mr Penn,
when I greet you and say "Merry Christmas" it is a happy greeting denoting the "reason for the season" and the opportunity to share my joy in celebrating this holiday. Consider my "Merry Christmas" an invitation to share in my joy.
Please note that Penn he is another Atheist of Jewish lineage.

Everybody needs to get through their heads that these are the people destroying our traditions. It's time to push back, and push back just as annoyingly as they do.

If necessary we also need to take up arms. Often the only way to get rid of this cancer. If nothing else, the threat will certainly shut them up.
Patient Noodle

Cleveland, OH

#15 Dec 2, 2012
Big Johnson wrote:
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Actually menorahs are far more practical than trees. What does a tree have to do with Jesus anyway?
Mennorrahs are a religious symbol, tress are denoting the Christmas season, with no religious meaning!
This is why the menorah lady was Selfish. The tree is not a religious symbol, but she wanted a religious symbol the menorrah, minus the tree.
Oy!
Patient Noodle

Cleveland, OH

#16 Dec 2, 2012
I'm done with this!
I need a drink......
Enzyte Bob

Columbus, OH

#17 Dec 2, 2012
Big Johnson wrote:
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Actually menorahs are far more practical than trees. What does a tree have to do with Jesus anyway?
The same reason we don't commemorate the birthday of Dylan Klebold (Columbine), another Jew I might add.

Nobody's stopping the Jews from having their holiday. It's the Jews like Penn who wish to stop us from having ours.
Enzyte Bob

Columbus, OH

#18 Dec 2, 2012
Belligerent Noodle wrote:
Merry Christmas is just and proper. If people can't accept an honest greeting of the season,weather they are not Christians or not, to bad. grow up! Not everything evolves around them!
I'm sick of accommodating POLITICALLY CORRECTNESS TO SELFISH PEOPLE!
At work, ONE person complained to the owner about the Christmas tree and insulted her beliefs, and complained about not having a menorah.
The next year and to this day, we have no tree but we have a menorah.
It's people, who don't stand up for their rights, makes it hard on everyone else who want to enjoy their holidays in peace and with TRADITIONS!
MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!!
Name the workplace. I'll call them out the Jewbags.

Like I keep saying ... they don't get kicked out of everyplace they settle every couple hundred years because they're great people. It's crap like this that gets them evicted and genocided.

They need to face up to the truth as much as the black underclass does.

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Since: Jan 12

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#19 Dec 2, 2012
Belligerent Noodle wrote:
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Do you not understand, we have a menorah, but no tree because of her?
While she got her tradition, ours was taken away!
This is a BUSINESS, not home, or church.
I am not nor am I ever insensitive to anyone and by no means selfish.
Wy is this so hard for people to grasp?
Seems like your boss is the one making decisions, here.

Are the decorations for the employees or the customers. Who are the customers?
Big Johnson

Columbus, OH

#20 Dec 2, 2012
Belligerent Noodle wrote:
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Do you not understand, we have a menorah, but no tree because of her?
While she got her tradition, ours was taken away!
This is a BUSINESS, not home, or church.
I am not nor am I ever insensitive to anyone and by no means selfish.
Wy is this so hard for people to grasp?
I understand perfectly. A business owner gets to decide how his business is decorated, same as a homeowner gets to decide how his home is decorated and churchgoers decide how their church is decorated. Don't like it? Don't work there!

Is there a menorah in your home? In your church? Are you forbidden by law to say "Merry Christmas" just because it annoys Penn?

What a f cking whiner!

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