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Montana Parents: Christmas Songs Performed at School Concert are a ‘Form of Bullying’

george1786 Wrote: Dec 21, 2012 12:37 AM
It's simple, Christmas is a Christian Holiday, If you are not a christian, don't attend the concert, pick your children up early, problem solved.
everyonesfacts4usall Wrote: Dec 21, 2012 7:52 AM
George, usually this song is part of a chorus - the school chorus which is often a class.

To me, the Christmas songs especially the secular ones written during WW2 (I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas," etc.) are part of the Great American Songbook and are fair game.
C R A C K E R B A B Y Wrote: Dec 21, 2012 9:40 AM
Plus, many of the best loved Christmas songs were written by some of the most talented Jewish songwriters of Tin Pan Alley. Jewish Christmas songs include but are not limited to: White Christmas, The Christmas Song (Chestnuts...), Winter Wonderland, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, Sleigh Ride, Let It Snow!, It's The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year, Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree, Silver Bells, I'll Be Home For Christmas, A Holly Jolly Christmas, (There's) No Place Like Home For The Holidays.

There are enough Jewish Christmas/holiday tunes to do a long show without a single cursed Christian tune on the list. Then when some idiot claims to be offended by all the "Christian" bullying you say, "whatever are you talking about?"
David1334 Wrote: Dec 21, 2012 7:39 AM
You must have been home schooled or parochial schooled.

Kids who display differences from the societal norm in this day and age are harassed mercilessly by other kids.
Joe Jordan Wrote: Dec 21, 2012 1:50 AM
Very logical, george, and therefore unacceptable to the loving liberals.

Parents in the Missoula County, Montana school district have taken bullying accusations to a whole new level. They’re claiming Christmas songs that refer to “our Lord” are “unfair, unconstitutional and [are] a form of bullying,” according to the Billings Gazette.

The parents say there are all sorts of faiths represented in the community and children singing the songs at a recent school concert “were uncomfortable.”

The school district responded by saying, “During the holidays we, as a school district, are very cognizant regarding our district policy pertaining to the holidays and the importance of separation of church and state,” Superintendent Alex...