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MAJORITY OF AMERICANS RECOGNIZE CHRIST IN CHRISTMAS
1 year ago

December 4, 2012

Majority of Americans Recognize Christ in Christmas

While some “grinches” try to secularize Christmas and remove any mention of Christ from Christmas, the majority of Americans still celebrate the “reason for the season.” According to Rassmusen Reports, 78% of Americans believe that Jesus is the Son of God who came to earth to die for our sins; 79% of Americans say religious holidays should be celebrated in public schools, and 70% prefer “Merry Christmas” to “Happy Holidays” on store signs.

Liberty Counsel’s “Friend or Foe” Christmas Campaign gives the majority of Americans who want to recognize the Christ in Christmas the tools they need to stand up to take back Christmas. Visit LC.org for downloadable information about celebrating Christmas in the public square and in the workplace.  You can also download the “Naughty and Nice” list of retailers. Liberty Counsel also offers the “I ♥ CHRISTmas™” and “I Helped Save Christmas” buttons.

1 year ago

The lady cashier at the Walgreen's closest to us, said "Merry Christmas to you too!" to me and a customer in front of me today.  Good to go at that one anyway!  I don't want to hear no whispers of it back because an employee doesn't want to be overheard saying it back, for fear they'll be in trouble by their dumb employer, if they wish.  There is at least NO excuse for an employee not to be able to say it back to a customer in their store, when the customer says it to the employee, and if the employee likes saying it back!  NO excuse for an employer to try and stifle their employee from that whatsoever!!!!

1 year ago

I say Merry Christmas to everyone in public and they appear to be happy that I say it and I don't know of one black or hispanic person who is anti-christmas.

That idiotic governor in RI is a moron of the first class degree.

Now wonder, RI is one of the poorest states in the country, it ranks first I believe with the highest debt and unemployment rate; look who is running the state and you wonder about the people of RI electing an idiot like that.    

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