I was doing some surfing and found this from our good friend, Don Feder.
Don Feder is a huge defender for the Serbian cause.
By Don Feder
posted December 8, 2006
You may find the title confusing. After all, religious Jews don’t celebrate Christmas. So why should a Jew care if a store clerk says “Merry Christmas”? Why should the public disappearance of Christmas matter to the Jewish people?
Patience. All will be explained in due course.
In the meantime, ‘tis the season to be politically correct – a coast-to-coast harkening-free zone and the tyranny of hypersensitivity.
The increasingly successful effort to purge Christmas from our culture (correctly called the War on Christmas) proceeds apace – municipal Christmas trees are re-christened (no pun intended) “holiday trees,” schools ban Christmas decorations and the singing of Christmas carols during holiday programs. Christmas – excuse me — holiday parades are excluding Santa Claus, and, everywhere, stores (which derive 20% of their annual revenue from Christmas sales) are in Grinch overdrive.
What’s the alternative — an America dominated by the twisted theories of Planned Parenthood, the ACLU, Michael Moore and George Clooney? Instead of the red and green of Christmas, how about an America where chador black is the dominant color?
So, what do you prefer to saying “Merry Christmas”? “Workers of the world unite?” Or “Allah Akbar”?
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Ezra Levant & Mark Steyn discuss the war on Christmas and the Jewish gents who wrote many of the great Christmas songs.
It’s a Christmas tree, not a holiday tree. It has always been a Christmas tree, and you can call it a holiday tree, but every two-year-old knows it’s a Christmas tree. No one is being fooled. Those afraid to mouth the word “Christmas,” as if it were some sort of obscenity, just appear foolish…