Sunday, December 11, 2005

I Think That Many People Are Just Missing The Point Altogether

I guess the PC machine is in overdrive this time of year due to many religion's big day(s) right around the corner. What's truly amazing to me is that the simple kind gesture, such as saying Merry Christmas, can spark such a controversial debate about political correctness. The bottom line is that no matter which denominational phrase was said, it was intended to be an act of kindness and good will ... not a subliminal subconscious assault on your religious beliefs. For crying out loud ... get over yourselves. Is it really that easy to get some people all torqued up? Maybe we should take this "holiday season" one step further, as to not infringe upon anyone's personal religious practices. Why not invent a special national handshake that can only be used from December 1 - January 15. That way everybody can give politically correct, and consequently impersonal, best wishes without ever saying a word ... and nobody's feelings get hurt. Problem solved.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes, MERRY CHRISTMAS, too bad if I offended you!

December 11, 2005 3:24 PM  
Blogger JK said...


Right on brother! Thanks for reading.


December 11, 2005 5:02 PM  

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