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December 5th, 2009 — christmas
Some people think this is what God looks like
We say Merry Christmas because we celebrate the birth of Christ on Dec. 25. Happy Holidays is something people say because they don’t want to acknowledge that there is a God and that he sent his son to earth to save the world.
No. Happy Holidays is in reference to the many holidays during this season. Thanksgiving, Zwaanza, Hanukah, Christmas Eve, Christmas and New Year’s eve. It has nothing to do with the ‘War on Christmas’ conspiracy. I say ‘Merry Christmas’ on Christmas.
Our forefathers came to America for religious freedom so they could worship the way they chose. Again, no one is forced to do this.
The Pilgrims wrote our Constitution? Who knew?
Other people have their own beliefs and cultures, which is fine. But some want to remove “In God We Trust” from our currency. They want to remove “One Nation Under God” from the Pledge of Allegiance. They don’t’ want us to pray in schools and elsewhere.
Who is that? Counterfeiters? And who is stopping you from praying in schools?
December 26th, 2008 — christmas
Not believe in the spirituality of others? You might as well not believe in a higher power. You might get your papa to hire men to watch in all the churches, synagogues, mosques and sweat lodges to catch proof that one creed was in fact The Creed. But what would it prove? Nobody on Earth knows for certain which perspective is the best, but that is no sign that there is not a creed that could be right and real for you. The most real things in the world are those that neither children nor men can see. Did you ever see fairies dancing on the lawn? Of course not, but that’s no proof that they are not there. Nobody can conceive or imagine all the wonders there are unseen and unseeable in the world.
Where’s the tree? Sorry kids no presents this year. Your parents became atheists because they are cheapskates.
Join the Human Light celebration. I find it ironic that atheists, freethinkers and humanists feel the need to get together around Christmas for a celebration when they don’t beleive in Christmas. Wouldn’t it make more sense to do nothing? But I guess I also find it ironic that Christians celebrate the birth of Christ on the pagan Sun god’s birthday. Somehow ‘festivus’ makes sense.
December 24th, 2008 — christmas
Christmas is for kids (and those who still celebrate the Roman Emperor’s birthday). And since I am neither a kid or a Roman I’m just going to put out a gleeful thank you for continuing to read South Dakota’s nastiest-rotteness political blog. I want people to know, not many things will change in the ‘nasty’ department in 2009 on DaCola, so don’t hold your breath (That means you DooHickey). I may even add some more contributors but I wanted to give a shout-out to my current crew.
Ghost of Dude
& Johnny Roastbeef
We are still working on Warren Phear, and hopefully he will come around one of these days.
I also want to say my favorite SD blogs to read are these:
SouthDakotamac (my new favorite!)
& Madville times
Rapid City Journal
Crooks and Liars
Happy New Year!
December 23rd, 2008 — christmas
soybeans and babyfarts
It hung on the tree along with ornaments featuring lovingly painted state seals and state scenery till the Washington Post pointed out that it differed substantially from its fellows.
AP followed, and Lawrence’s ornment was plucked from its branch, on orders from Laura Bush.
Gregory has been a leading contender for the permanent spot since Tom Brokaw stepped in as interim moderator following Tim Russert’s death in June.
Sexy Saxby wins in Georgia, vows to be a one man army against Obama’s polices. Good luck with that.
The worst aspect of this is that Sarah Palin gets to claim some credit for the win. Sigh.
When all she ever asked for was an occassional Dr. Pepper.
‘Twas the morning after Halloween and into Wal-Mart
stumbled three wayward friends who each grabbed a cart.
Hungover and hungry, they came for cheap food.
Yet what they discovered was unexpected, not good.
For what decked the Wal-Mart halls, floor and walls?
But reindeer, Santas, snowmen and green and red balls.
Truly, the friends found this site very queer.
Despite what the calendar said, Christmas was here.
I also liked this part;
I would propose a boycott of these stores that so vehemently exploit Christmas, but I have yet to find a single store that has not.