Tuesday, March 19, 2013

USA & Canada politically correct

USA & Canada politically correct

In the Canadian province of Saskatchewan, the city of Saskatoon, their city buses this past Christmas fell to the tyranny of one.  The buses scrolled across the top in the front “Merry Christmas.”  One person found it offensive and filed a complaint.  The city is reviewing the policy and the complaint is now in front of the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission. 

Saskatoon with a population of over two-hundred thousand must fall to the tyranny of one.  Thank you political correctness.

Further south in the United States of America, the state of Washington, in the Pacific Northwest, the city of Seattle.  A child in an elementary school wanted to hold an Easter egg hunt.  The school said okay; however the Easter Eggs must be renamed “Spring Spheres.” 

Political correctness has expunged the United States Constitution by improperly enforcing the hallucinated doctrine of “separation of church and state” by bastardizing the First Amendment.  The public schools teach the portion of the First Amendment in reference to religion as being:

“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion.” 

When in fact they eliminate the full reading of the portion which is:

“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof;”

When a student is prohibited from calling an Easter egg an Easter egg that violated “or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.”  If a teacher said it must be called an “Easter egg,” that violated “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion.”

Welcome to the politically correct United States and Canada, eh.

Articles about “Merry Christmas” in Canada:

Article about the East Eggs (Spring Spheres) in the United States:

News report on “Spring Spheres:”

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