Friday, December 02, 2011

Ban on Christmas decorations in Quebec quickly overturned

That was quick.
Human Resources Minister Diane Finley said there was no Canada-wide directive against Yuletide decor. By the end of the day, she issued a statement that she was asking Service Canada to send a new directive to employees telling them they can “celebrate Christmas or the holidays as they please. This includes decorations in Service Canada offices across Canada.”

Who in their right mind is actually bothered by Christmas? Seriously? Who genuinely minds people putting up evergreens and mistletoe to make the season look a little more festive?

I want to know who these people are. And are they the ones who insist on banning Christmas?

Let's get this out in the open. Let's find out what their beef is against Christmas and why they think the majority of the population shouldn't celebrate it in public.

Maybe someone should commission a poll.