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Oh, nice. You and Gorsuch.
Gorsuch pulled that stunt on Fox the other day, saying “Merry Christmas” like suddenly it’s legal, thanks to Trump.
Hey, no. I wasn’t saying that. I was just wishing you a Merry Christmas. I didn’t know about the Gorsuch thing.
Did you ever stop to think that not everyone is a Christian, and not everyone wants Christian feast days rammed down their throats every year? For weeks and weeks and weeks?
Oh, I know that. But most Americans —
And you think being in the majority makes it right? That’s how it works, we get to be a theocracy because a majority think that’s a good idea? What about all other religions, and those who don’t believe in a god? Handmaid’s Tale, much?
Come on. I’m not condoning a theocracy. I’m just wishing people well during the holiday.
Then wish them well, but don’t ask them to pay lip service to your particular mythology. Say “happy holidays,” or something equally inclusive. “Merry Christmas” is divisive and exclusionary. You just don’t understand that because you’re in a privileged majority position and can’t see it.
Okay, got it. I’ll try to be more thoughtful of other people, and more respectful of inclusivity. Will that work?
It’s a good start.
Great. Well then, Happy Holiday!
You too. Oh…
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