HuntingWife wrote:Greg, I agree with you, but I think it is a holiday season. One of the things I love the most about this country is that it allows its citizens to embrace all forms of expression, be it in speech, print, or how we choose to celebrate our religious beliefs. This country (and continent) was founded by a great proportion of misfits who didn't fit in anywhere else, and despite some of my grumblings from time to time, I still embrace the great diversity that descended from those misfits. In my house, it's all about Christmas, including a tree and a nativity. I am proud of that and would never try to hide it, but I am also proud of the fact that some of my best friends are Jewish, and for them, this is the holiday season. I think that the most important thing to remember is that this wonderful time of year is for celebrating, rejoicing, gathering with family and friends, and thanking God for all the wonderful blessings He has given us in the last year.
Butchhe wrote:Huntingwife/Greg I agree with both of you. The problem I have with the whole thing is that we seam to bow to a small percentage of prople who get offended by it. So the majority of the people have to change their ways. It's the same as the Pledge of Allegiance. I'm not trying to pick a fight, it just my opionion.
AK Ducks wrote:look its a christmas season. everywhere you look you see christmas stuff and schools focous there break around christmas last year honikia (orry can't spell it) was not givin a break. that shows that the focus is on christmas so it is a christmas season.
duckdog wrote:MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL!!!
Cephous wrote:I hear that some stores are refusing to allow their employees to greet customers with "Merry Christmas" to avoid offending anyone. Does anyone see this as a problem?
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