The American Humanist Association unveiled the provocative $40,000 holiday ad campaign Tuesday.
This little piece of news has been on my mind lately. Lame_news. It's quite irritating. America has become this place where you have to be sooooo careful what you say so that you don't offend anybody. Tiptoe tiptoe tiptoe. . .if you know what I mean. I'm a devout Christian. I believe in Jesus. I believe that Christmas is the celebration of Christ's birth. So all the other religions should let us say "Merry Christmas!"as much as we want. Would I be offended if someone came up to me and said " Iyi Bayramlar" or "Happy Hanukkah!" No. I wouldn't. In fact, I like it when people tell me "Iyi Bayramlar!" here in Turkey. I know they mean well and I know they are rejoicing and actually thinking about God. About something other than themselves. I don't expect everyone to believe the same as me. But I really get irritated that the agnostics and athiests should be catered to during the holidays. Like they're really sitting home thinking "Oh, woe is me. Everyone believes in Christ except for me and I feel so left out." Whatever! Why don't they just organize their own holiday celebrating their lack of belief in anything higher than themselves? Then we wouldn't have to feel bad that they don't have thier own holiday.