Santa Claus & Christmas Are Insensitive!

Richard A Whitenight rum.runner at JUNO.COM
Tue Dec 18 16:14:25 MST 2001


Jose, what's a bummer is having to work because the police department
considers you essential personnel (24/7) and you celebrate X-mas <grin>!

Richard
On Tue, 18 Dec 2001 11:22:06 -0500 J o s e <jrojas at MINDSPRING.COM>
writes:
> Merry Christmas y'all!
>
> And for those who don't celebrate, make sure to go into work on the
> 25th.
> Live your beliefs.
>
>
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> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Richard A Whitenight" <rum.runner at JUNO.COM>
> To: <RUSHTALK at hermes.csdco.com>
> Sent: Monday, December 17, 2001 9:15 PM
> Subject: Santa Claus & Christmas Are Insensitive!
>
>
> > Yes Virginia, there is a Santa Claus, but to speak about him may
> be
> > insensitive to those who do not believe in a Santa Claus, or to
> those who
> > feel that Santa Claus is a religious statement.  If the liberal
> Satan
> > worshippers have their way Virginia, you'll need diversity
> training
> > because of your beliefs.
> >
> > I am sick and tired of the Political Correctness (PC) worshippers
> out
> > there.  I am tired of the 2% of the population who ruin everything
> for
> > the other 98%.  The reason our society has gone down the crapper
> over the
> > last three decades or so, is due to those in our society who just
> can not
> > live with the fact that the majority of our population have a
> LIFE.  It's
> > insensitive to say, "Merry Christmas!"  The PC'ers would prefer
> you to
> > say "Have a happy winter holiday!"  It's insensitive to put an
> angel on
> > the top of your Christmas tree.  But wait, we need to call that
> > particular icon (Christmas tree) something else, such as "holiday
> tree".
> > There are schools on the East Coast who wish to control what is
> PC, with
> > regards to school projects at this time of the year.  It's not PC
> to use
> > "candy canes" in your project, or to use red and green paint,
> because it
> > refers to a religious time of the season, thinking it would be
> > insensitive to those who do not recognize a Christmas.  A city
> councilman
> > in a suburb of Seattle, WA, attempted to have a resolution passed
> making
> > it illegal to say, "Merry Christmas".  Certain large corporations
> are
> > trying to get their employees to say, "Merry Winter Holiday," or
> > something similar.
> >
> > This minority held trend in our society smells like horse ca ca.
> Let's
> > all be friends and sing "Koom By Yah!"
> >
> > Your two cents?
> >
> > Regards,
> > Richard Whitenight
> > ICQ# 102011618
> > Voice Mail 1-817-289-2801 Ext 5668
> > http://whitenight.batcave.net
> > Rum.runner at Juno.com
>



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