A Politically Correct Christmas Greeting

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Best wishes for an environmentally conscious, socially responsible, low stress, non-addictive, gender neutral, winter solstice holiday, practiced within the most joyous traditions of the religious persuasion of your choice, but with respect for the religious persuasion of others who choose to practice their own religion as well as those who choose not to practice a religion at all;

a fiscally successful, personally fulfilling, and medically uncomplicated recognition of the generally accepted calendar year 2000, but not without due respect for the calendars of choice of other cultures whose contributions have helped make our society great, without regard to the race, creed, color, religious, or sexual preferences of the wishes.
(Disclaimer: This greeting is subject to clarification or withdrawal. It implies no promise by the wisher to actually implement any of the wishes for her/himself or others and no responsibility for any unintended emotional stress these greetings may bring to
those not caught up in the holiday spirit.)

Yea Right...Bwaahaaaahaaaa

Fellowship Don’t Play That P.C. Game, Nope So
Merry Christmas.
~Steve, Eowyn, and Joan~

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0 responses to “A Politically Correct Christmas Greeting

  1. Good grief by the time you say all of that it will be New Years!
    Once again proving PC sucks.

  2. Merry Christmas, Steve, Eowyn, Joan, and Fellowship!

  3. How did this get started?
    As a member of the dreaded left, “MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!”
    PC , like ghosts and ghoulies and things that go bump in the night exist in the dark corners of our minds.
    My war is on doughnuts, damned that Krispie Creme down the street!!

  4. Forget that – MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!

  5. Steve,
    A guy I know from Haiti was telling me that in his former country, any political dissent was met with the TonTon Macoutes at midnight, and the body would not be found.
    Complain as we may, (and should) we should be thankful that we can, this above all makes America unique.

  6. Back when I was a kid, I drew something with “Merry Xmas” on it in school– they made me do it over with “Christmas” in there. Today, if I drew “Merry Christmas,” they’d kick me out of school and not let me come until I’d gone to a counselor for sensitivity-to-muslims training.

  7. Anon, nobody will kick you out of school for that.Please lighten up.
    Here’s something you all can enjoy, and Merry Christmas!

    • In a normal world erinyes I would say no, no one would be kicked out, but in this sickening world of political correctness where a child can get grief for wearing an American Flag design on his shirt to an American School or where average Americans get treated as traitors to the state (Tea Party).
      We are more sympathetic to the plight of Muslim extremists and illegal aliens than to the plight of our own people. Speaking of which, we are now in a society where using the words “Muslim terrorists” is bad form but the White House/MSM can use those exact same words against other Americans.
      If you were being facetious to Anonymous then I apologize, but there is truth to Anonymous’ words and I think you know it.

      • Well, it might not be sensitivity-to-muslims training, but but it’d certainly involve a counselor and some kind of sensitivity training “treatment.” A year or two ago, a little kid drew Jesus on the cross (the Christ in “Christmas,” of course) and that’s what happened to him… the concern being about “violence” because J.C. had been nailed up there (or some such) as expressed by the school.

  8. Let me check with my lawyer, psychotherapist, ACLU, and minister, then I’ll get back to you on that!


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