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School Bans the Word ‘Easter’

Matt in N.C. Wrote: Mar 27, 2013 5:53 AM
Some Christians object to Easter as an unholy merger of an unrelated pagan celebration with the central events of Christianity. Many object to the Easter Bunny and the candy holiday associated with him as a corruption of *that* observance. Now the Easter Bunny is too religious? Okay, let's be consistent and purge all official discourse of everything remotely related to religion of any kind. So there'll be no more Tuesday–Saturday; no more Christmas, Easter, Valentine's Day, St. Patrick's Day, or Thanksgiving; no more Los Angeles. . . To the educrats' chagrin, however, there'll be no more Muslim-sensitivity exercises. No more stomping on Jesus, either, for His name won't be allowed within the ivied walls.
Wherewithall Wrote: Mar 27, 2013 7:24 AM
I object too...Easter is pagan, Christmas is pagan, New years day is pagan, Valantines Day is pagan, St. Patricks Day is pagan,Holloween is pagan and all the Catholic churches said Amen!!!
Lance8762 Wrote: Mar 27, 2013 7:47 AM
"Opening Day" is Godly, and even pagans can enjoy it.

GO, you blessed Red Sox!

(And, Lord, I love ya!....You did the wiring!)

;)
aebe Wrote: Mar 27, 2013 8:49 AM
Red Sox ? What kind of duck is that ?

Boys and girls at an Alabama elementary school will still get to hunt for eggs – but they can’t call them ‘Easter Eggs’ because the principal banished the word for the sake of religious diversity.

“We had in the past a parent to question us about some of the things we do here at school,” said Heritage Elementary School principal Lydia Davenport. “So we’re just trying to make sure we respect and honor everybody’s differences.”

Television station WHNT reported that teachers were informed that no activities related to or centered around any religious holiday would be allowed – in the interest...