It's Never Good Enough.

Saturday, March 12, 2005

Posted by J. J. Jackson @ 8:18 AM


What have I said for years? I've warned you that Marxists never stop. If you give them an inch they won't stop until they take the whole mile. Now the latest step in driving America even further to the left is to attack and destroy the secular symbol of Easter; the Easter Bunny.

Easter bunny hunted by PC police

Rooted in the pagan tradition of Spring Festivals, Christians adopted the ideas mixed them with their religious observances but largely kept the Easter Bunny a secular symbol. For example, the only thing that even relates the Easter Bunny to Christianity is that it is called the "Easter" Bunny. Peter Cottontail doesn't wear a large cross around his neck or quote scripture. He simply brings baskets of Easter candy and hides eggs for children to find.

But that is not good enough. Merely calling old Pete the "Easter" Bunny is offensive to Marxists and their communist brethren because it relates to a religion; something that cannot be allowed to exist if the state is to exert supreme control and dictate your rights.

You thought that secular symbols were safe? Guess again. The crusade by the left wing against overt religion is only the first step. Then they will step in and do away with anything that even remotely smells of religion. Then finally they will do away with anything else that they just don't like, because ... well ... they just don't like it.

And once they remove God from the public life of every God fearing Christian, Muslim, Jew and so on they will be able to take that final step because your rights and privileges will flow solely from them and no other source.


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