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Taking Aim at Thanksgiving

Discussion in 'Political Debate & Discussion' started by Dragoon68, Nov 28, 2008.

  1. Dragoon68

    Dragoon68 Active Member

    Nov 30, 2003
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  2. ktn4eg

    ktn4eg New Member

    Nov 19, 2004
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    BTW, those of either Jewish and/or Christian heritage or tradition(s) need to watch out! We're next on the list when it comes to the year end "Holiday Season."

    Those of Jewish heritage will find out that because their Festival of Lights ("Hanukkah," which begins at sundown on 12/21/08) is directly connected with how God enabled the temple oil to last far longer than it should have is nothing less than a not-so-thinly-veiled attempt to continue to promote our dependency on Middle-Eastern oil, Hanukkah will be declared as non-kosher, and hence must be stricken from the Jewish calendar of feasts!

    And as for Christians, well they've already pretty much succeeded in their attempts to eliminate 12/25 of any vestiges of what happened in Bethlehem when "God With Us" arrived on the scene.

    Just think what will happen when the next administration develops their "litmus test" for prospective district and appelate judges. If you truly believe that "a deeply-held belief in upholding the symbols of traditional Christianity" will be high on that litmus test listing, then I've got some beach front property in North Dakota for sale at give-away prices for you.

    What does that leave for the "holiday season"? Well, there's still Kwanzaa! (This year it begins on 12/26.)

    I've got it! :thumbs:

    We'll simply combine the days of the Jewish Hanukkah with the "12 days of Christmas," and throw in the days of Kwanzaa + plus New Years Day! (Of course, we''ll also have to subtract any Saturdays (Jewish "Sabbaths") and Sundays (Christian's "First Day of the Week,") :tear: but that still ought to be enough for a "wild enough, party-hearty" season, don't you think? :applause: :tonofbricks: