2006-04-16 17:24:32 UTC
on Christmas or Easter like Faux news would have you believe.
If you're Christian you have every right to celebrate
Christmas/Easter in your own house, in your own
place of worship. What you don't have the right to
do shove your religion down my throat every time
I leave my house. Oh and I don't want my
tax money being used to provide decorations
for your holiday. That means I don't want
to pay lots of money in taxes that will
be used to put a Christian display
up at town hall.
Oh and don't complain about having to work
on Good Friday. Locally the town hall
was open on Friday, the employees had to
work. Maybe you should have thought of that
when you bitched and moaned about me taking
my religious holiday off.
Of course I noticed how many of the ten
commandments are broken routinely.
Thou shalt not kill: i've never seen a
clause in there allowing an exception for
a war in Iraq/for convicted killers/etc.
Last time I looked it just said
thou shalt not kill. Oh and lets add in the
27,000-53,000 who died taking Vioxx.
Thou shalt not steal: I didn't see anything
in there about it being wrong for an employee
to steal $60,000 in merchandise but it OK for
the employer to steal a $60,000 pension.
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