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School cancels ‘Christmas’ after single complaint

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School cancels ‘Christmas’ after single complaint

Posted Dec 9 2015

BECKLEY, W.Va. – Parents are sounding off after a West Virginia elementary school opted to ditch its planned Christmas celebrations in the name of political correctness.

Hollywood Elementary School officials planned to celebrate with the “12 Days of Christmas” leading up to the holiday with fun themes like “elf day” and “Christmas sweater day,” but principal Tamber Hodges told WVNS a single complaint forced them to cancel the celebrations.

Read the whole post here : http://eagnews.org/school-cancels-christmas-after-single-complaint/

 

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This kinda shit offends me being that we are to be tolerant to multiculturalism . Where is my freedom of choice ?

I see Christmas as a great day to just kick back and enjoy family and friends . Eat Drink and be marry :64pwFDH:

Just now, Challenger said:

I've had it with tolerance.

Tolerance I to am all out of tolerance . I have become to hate morons and idiots .

I don't partake in the commercialism or the religious aspects of Christmas, but it is a great day to share love and lots of goodies . Seeing a child smile and have fun brings me joy . 

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I think 12 Days of CHRISTmas is way better than 12 Days of Jihad.

Enough is enough! I've been sick of this PC crap for quite some time now. When are people going to stop the madness?

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2 minutes ago, CGK said:

I think 12 Days of CHRISTmas is way better than 12 Days of Jihad.

Enough is enough! I've been sick of this PC crap for quite some time now. When are people going to stop the madness?

When they're angry enough to pull their kids out of government indoctrination centers masquerading as schools; when they're irate enough to storm the white house with torches and pitchforks; when they all stop paying taxes and using Funny Fed Fiat for currency.

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9 minutes ago, Challenger said:

When they're angry enough to pull their kids out of government indoctrination centers masquerading as schools; when they're irate enough to storm the white house with torches and pitchforks; when they all stop paying taxes and using Funny Fed Fiat for currency.

Yep,
Nothing will change as long as parents continue to send their kids to these indoctrination centers.
When the schools start to lose funding because of lack of enrollment they'll have to listen to the parents.

From the link:

“It’s always been a tradition,” parent Jennifer Myers told WVNS.
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“Don’t tell me that my son dressing like an elf ‘offends’ you. He’s 4!” she continued. “He still believes in the magic of Christmas. Let him be a kid! You might not agree with me, and that’s okay. But my child WILL be participating, even if he’s the only one. You’ll be able to recognize him…he’ll be the one dressed like an elf. Merry Christmas and God bless!”


Good on her but it's not going to help.
Her kid might come home in tears too.

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I think they should do a nativity scene with farm animals...namely pigs. :chuckle:

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I'll make you a bet that there will most certainly be a strong opposing point made on Christmas day to the birth of Christ.

No inside information. Just my thoughts.

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7 minutes ago, YourMom2 said:

I think they should do a nativity scene with farm animals...namely pigs. :chuckle:

:chuckle:

 

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9 minutes ago, YourMom2 said:

I think they should do a nativity scene with farm animals...namely pigs. :chuckle:

Lol.

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This act shames all atheists. Christmas is a wonderful celebration commemorating the birth of the greatest man who ever lived. Or who was reported to have been born in hardship and walked the earth teaching righteous ways of dealing with Man and Nature.

Yes, it is a religious theme. There's got to be a way to include its observance for children who may not be Christian but who can benefit from the example Christ set. 

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1 hour ago, grav said:

This act shames all atheists. Christmas is a wonderful celebration commemorating the birth of the greatest man who ever lived. Or who was reported to have been born in hardship and walked the earth teaching righteous ways of dealing with Man and Nature.

Yes, it is a religious theme. There's got to be a way to include its observance for children who may not be Christian but who can benefit from the example Christ set. 

I doubt it was an Atheist who complained. There have always been Atheists in America.
They may not like Christmas but they've never shut down a little kids celebration, that I know of.

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