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Sarah Palin has a new book out, Good Tidings and Great Joy. It's a great book about Christmas that I recommend to our mayor.
Apparently Kearny is at war with Christmas since the mayor chose to ignore displaying a Christmas tree. Perhaps reading this book will chase away the grinch who works in the town hall.

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Palin says the Pope is too liberal and limbaugh says the Pope's a Marxist. Apparently good tidings are limited to those deemed worthy by the repubs. How very Christian like by the hypocrites.

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Sarah Palin has a new book out, Good Tidings and Great Joy. It's a great book about Christmas that I recommend to our mayor.

Apparently Kearny is at war with Christmas since the mayor chose to ignore displaying a Christmas tree. Perhaps reading this book will chase away the grinch who works in the town hall.

I just wish people weren't afraid to stand up for what they believe. The vast majority of Kearny residents are Christian and prefer to see a Christmas tree

displayed at town hall just like the Christmas tree displayed in their homes. The notion that some non Christian may be offended is just nonsense. As a

Christian taxpayer I'm offended by this war on Christmas that this mayor seems to be imvolved in.

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Sarah Palin has a new book out, Good Tidings and Great Joy. It's a great book about Christmas that I recommend to our mayor.

Apparently Kearny is at war with Christmas since the mayor chose to ignore displaying a Christmas tree. Perhaps reading this book will chase away the grinch who works in the town hall.

Mayor Santos has been in office far longer than Palin was, and unlike her, he has finished each of his terms. We all know Sarah Barracuda's radical and irrespnsible politics. We don't want those in Kearny. There's no reason for the mayor to read her third-grade scribble.

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I just wish people weren't afraid to stand up for what they believe. The vast majority of Kearny residents are Christian and prefer to see a Christmas tree

displayed at town hall just like the Christmas tree displayed in their homes. The notion that some non Christian may be offended is just nonsense. As a

Christian taxpayer I'm offended by this war on Christmas that this mayor seems to be imvolved in.

Do you support equal protection of everyone, as guaranteed by the Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution? Not according to what you said.

Do you understand that religion is a personal, individual right, and therefore not subject to the will or whim of the majority? You don't seem to.

Do you understand that taxpayers aren't discriminated by their religious beliefs? Obviously you don't, or you wouldn't have made a point of saying you're a "Christian taxpayer."

Is this so-called "war on Christmas" anything but empty words? No, that's exactly what it is. Every year you kick and stomp your feet because you don't get to dominate everyone else anymore. Then you shout "Merry Christmas!" at the top of your lungs, which pretty much misses the whole point. There is no war on Christmas. Kearny's display includes a decorated tree and a Christian manger scene. Your religion is recognized explicitly with the manger scene, along with the Jewish religion, which is recognized by the Menorah. The people who have grounds for complaint are those in all the other religions that aren't explicitly recognized by the display.

Finally, why do you need government to promote your religion for you? Deny it all you like, that's exactly what you're doing. There's no war on Christmas, only respect for people of all religious persuasions. Too bad you don't have that respect for others.

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Do you support equal protection of everyone, as guaranteed by the Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution? Not according to what you said.

Do you understand that religion is a personal, individual right, and therefore not subject to the will or whim of the majority? You don't seem to.

Do you understand that taxpayers aren't discriminated by their religious beliefs? Obviously you don't, or you wouldn't have made a point of saying you're a "Christian taxpayer."

Is this so-called "war on Christmas" anything but empty words? No, that's exactly what it is. Every year you kick and stomp your feet because you don't get to dominate everyone else anymore. Then you shout "Merry Christmas!" at the top of your lungs, which pretty much misses the whole point. There is no war on Christmas. Kearny's display includes a decorated tree and a Christian manger scene. Your religion is recognized explicitly with the manger scene, along with the Jewish religion, which is recognized by the Menorah. The people who have grounds for complaint are those in all the other religions that aren't explicitly recognized by the display.

Finally, why do you need government to promote your religion for you? Deny it all you like, that's exactly what you're doing. There's no war on Christmas, only respect for people of all religious persuasions. Too bad you don't have that respect for others.

You just don't get it, Dummy. The tradition, dating back hundreds of years, is a Christmas Tree. There's no such thing as a holiday tree. That's a nonsensical wet dream of a far left loony.

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You just don't get it, Dummy. The tradition, dating back hundreds of years, is a Christmas Tree. There's no such thing as a holiday tree. That's a nonsensical wet dream of a far left loony.

Much like the juvenile rants you make trying to appear relevant. Sad.

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There's no such thing as a holiday tree.

There is now.

You said yourself that the Christmas tree is a tradition that is hundreds of years old. That means that for thousands of years, there were no Christmas trees either. All of society doesn't have to conform to your traditions, or agree that history starts where you want it to start.

Besides, the holiday tree began with the Pagans. So technically, what you call a Christmas tree is a Pagan tree.

Whine all you want, you're not forcing your way of doing things on the rest of us.

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