But what the HELL. Let me ask WHAT HOLIDAY? It is not Easter, Veterans Day, Presidents Day IT IS CHRISTMAS. How damn stupid are you idiots.
While I’m at is MERRY CHRISTMAS, HAPPY HANUKKAH, Praise Jesus Christ and thank God for his mercy and kindness. Now if there is a liberal I didn’t just piss-off I will try harder next time. I know, not very Christian but while I am a Christian, I’m just not a good one. I don’t turn the other cheek.
Winter Park, Florida, will vote later this month on whether to pass an ordinance regulating street performers and ban Christmas caroling unless sung in “designated public performance areas” around the town’s Central Business District. Yes, Free Speech Zone to sing Christmas Carols.
The city commission explains their circumvention of the First Amendment by claiming the ordinance would improve quality of life and will positively affect public health, safety and welfare of the city’s residents. Liberal Progressive Control Freaks.
Then we have universities across the country have published advisories warning students and staff planning Christmas parties not to include Secret Santa, mistletoe or the colors red and green because they might be seen as politically incorrect.
At Cornell University the beloved tradition of mistletoe is under attack, with the school claiming the parasitic plant, under which lovers are expected to kiss, doesn’t create an “environment of inclusion.”
UT-Knoxville’s set of guidelines suggests holiday parties should have no emphasis on religion or culture, but rather “build upon workplace relationships and team morale.” The school says these parties should never include religious or cultural games such as “Dreidel.”
Additionally, if a gift exchange is planned, the university says calling it “Secret Santa” is inappropriate. Instead, the exchange should be referred to in a more general way, such as “practical joke gift exchange” or “secret gift exchange.”
While specific recommendations were not given at the University of Illinois-Springfield, the school’s Holiday Resources page suggests employers should ensure their Holiday party is not a “Christmas party in disguise” and keep all decoration and food general and nonspecific to religion.
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Best Practices for Inclusive Holiday Celebrations in the Workplace
Best Practices for Inclusive Holiday Celebrations in the Workplace | Office for Diversity and Inclusion