Watch it in its entirety here. Medically Incorrect here.
It’s always fun listening to the brainwashed preaching to the brainwashed.
Other Christmas Stories
There’s still hope out there, folks, for those of you who have verged on despair over the secularism, materialism, and the “I want-ism” of your kids over the last few weeks but that hope won’t be found in many Blue States.
Hope can be uncovered in some Blue States but only after tireless and diligent excavating and even then only in moderation.
KFYR-AM, “the voice of the Northern Plains,” is one source of Christmas-greedism-overload relief.
That radio station featured this Christmas video of a boy searching for the real meaning of Christmas and he didn’t find it with Santa or the latest i-Pod innovation or a new Wii game or by sexting an elf-ette.
The free video is 2 minutes in length and readers can purchase the rest but it’s really not necessary. You might want to have your kids write the ending as an exercise of their Chrisxmas spirit or what that spirit should be: http://www.bceshow.com/
Further west, in the belly of the beast, a Redding, California substitute teacher was far more bodacious in her objections to “working in [public] schools where students aren’t allowed to sing Christmas songs that are religious in nature.”
Aptly named and christened Merry Hyatt is proposing “a ballot initiative that would require all public schools in California to give children the opportunity to sing or listen to Christmas carols:” http://bit.ly/58pPQS
The first order of business here should be to give Merry a sanity hearing, not for her proposal but for her clear intent of committing teaching-substitute suicide by advocating a return to the age-old Christian tradition of America’s private–and public–schools celebrations of the holy holiday of Christmas in song.
The second order of business will be left to the ACLU and like anti-American organizations who will fight to your death to defend our Constitution’s alleged prohibition against an intermixing of church and state, what they claim is a strict prohibition against anything smacking of religion and especially of christianity.
I defy any of that ilk to find any language in our Constitution to that effect.
Nevertheless, the fight goes on and will go on in perpetuity until America returns to its Christian roots, those same roots that made us what we are, or were up until January 20 . . .
(Read more at http://www.genelalor.com/blog1/?p=1388)
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