Monday, December 24, 2012

Texas Rep. Dwayne Bohac Files Bill to Protect "Merry Christmas"

I like this bill. I am tired of so many people being forced to say happy holidays instead of Merry Christmas because they are afraid of getting sued, especially in public schools. Texas State Representative Dwayne Bohac has filed a bill that will protect people, even in public places like schools, who celebrate Christmas, an official United States holiday. Saying happy holidays instead of Merry Christmas does not even make sense anyways. What holiday are you referring to when you say happy holidays? Are you referring to Easter or Veterans Day? Oh, you are referring to Christmas when you say happy holidays? Well then why not just say Christmas? These nutty liberals and Atheists are not forced to be Christians just because they have to hear the words Merry Christmas and they should not be able to sue people just for saying Merry Christmas.

article below from Amy at Daily Dose of Conservatism:

Texas Has Had Enough of the War on Christmas

Texas State Rep. Dwayne Bohac has had enough.
“If I hear it referred to one more time as a holiday tree or a holiday party, I’m going to throw up,” he told Fox News.
So the Republican lawmaker from Houston has introduced legislation to protect traditional Christmas greetings, decorations and displays in public schools. The bill is appropriately titled, “Merry Christmas Bill.”
“I’m taking these rulings by the Supreme Court and codifying them in a state law to give teachers and administrators a safe harbor to point to when drafting their policies regarding winter celebrations,” Bohac said.
So the Republican lawmaker from Houston has introduced legislation to protect traditional Christmas greetings, decorations and displays in public schools. The bill is appropriately titled, “Merry Christmas Bill.”
“I’m taking these rulings by the Supreme Court and codifying them in a state law to give teachers and administrators a safe harbor to point to when drafting their policies regarding winter celebrations,” Bohac said.

read the rest of the article here: http://gopthedailydose.com/2012/12/22/texas-has-had-enough-of-the-war-on-christmas/

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