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December 23, 2006

Light Posting

Topics: Administrative

Sorry about the light posting during the last couple of days. It seems that most of us are kicking back a bit, taking some rest, and doing things with our families. Posting may be light for another day or so, then we'll be back as strong as ever - rested.

So Merry Christmas to all - and that includes the secularists and moonbats that continue to attempt to diminish the importance of Christmas for the majority of Americans that are Christians and that celebrate Christmas.

By the way, although Christians are indeed in the majority here in the U.S., I do not believe that America is a "Christian nation," nor should it be. We are and should be a nation of believers - in God - and each of us are free to follow our own faith without interference or restrictions from another - or our government.

Back to Christmas:

To my many Jewish friends - a very happy Chanukah.

To my many Muslim friends - a very Happy Eid (the most important feast of the Muslim calendar).

To my few secular friends (I really don't know any real atheists, but I know they're "out there" - enjoy your "holidays" or whatever the hell you want to call Christmas, Chanukah, and Eid.

As I mentioned above, posting will continue through the weekend, but it will light.

Again, Merry Christmas to all - hope to see my friends here in Securelocationville at Midnight Mass - my most favorite time of the year.

Related: Drima at The Sudanese Thinker wishes everyone a "Happy Eid al-Adha & Merry Chrismukah!"

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