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I'm never offended by someone sincerely wishing me well.
Please do. You won't hear a peep from the atheists. The issue really is with it being on government property. Put up a million nativity scenes on your own lawns, please.
What's insane about not using government property for solely Christian displays?
Filled with Christmas spirit, I see.
I'm pretty sure that not having your religious displays on government property without others getting the same priviledge doesn't hamper your freedom to express your Christian beliefs.
The argument that got Christmas past the Supreme Court was that Christmas is essentially a secular holiday as well as a religious one.
In a Constitutional Republic, the majority doesn't get to violate the Constitution at will. There's a process. If you don't like the way the courts have interpreted the First Amendment, have the Constitution amended so it reads clearly the way you want it to. But I think you'll find you don't have as much of a majority as you think when it comes right down to it. Most of the people who see the value in keeping religion and government unentangled and giving no particular religion special privileges are Christians.
And if I am not a Christian, 'Happy Holidays' means I wish your family Joy, Peace and Love and that those things bring you merriment. Who finds that offensive?
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Why Did Disney Block God?

Dean197 Wrote: Dec 02, 2014 12:05 PM
A lone Jewish programmer somewhere down the line of the software, oth, not so slim.
In response to:

Why Did Disney Block God?

Dean197 Wrote: Dec 02, 2014 12:05 PM
Not really. There are a number of magazines that don't allow the word 'God' for that reason, substituting 'G-d' instead.
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