It’s a CHRISTmas Parade

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Dan Adamini - In The Right Mind - Featured - Rant

Dan Adamini – In The Right Mind – Featured – Rant

Marquette, MIDecember 5, 2013

The city of Marquette is holding its “Holiday”  parade tonight.

Generally I’m a fan of these things, but I’m getting a little tired of the political correctness caused by fear of those liberal nuts who HATE people of faith.  I’m not saying the city leaders are hateful… I’m saying they are afraid of those who are filled with hate of all things religious.

If indeed you are calling this a “holiday’ parade rather than a Christmas Parade, I expect to see floats for Chanukka, Kwanza, Saturnalia, Solstice Day and every other notable day between now and the end of the year.  Will we see those?  No We Won’t.

If you’re going to celebrate Christmas,  call it Christmas.  If you aren’t going to celebrate, do as you please; but don’t whine about Christmas Carols & Decorations in the public square.  Perhaps you should spend your time searching for the “mythical” wall of separation between church and state – that would be less annoying to me.

Finally… If you do celebrate the birth of Jesus, and someone says Happy Holidays, or Happy Kwanza or anything else… don’t be combative.  Simply say “Merry Christmas” back to them – celebrate YOUR holiday with as much cheer as possible.  It may be hard when surrounded by liberals – but remember… He came to save them too!

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