Thursday, December 28, 2006

Kwanzaa

Ann Coulter did her annual column on this bogus holiday, which you can read here at Human Events.

Even the favorable Kwanzaa entry at Wikipedia acknowledges some of the less-than-shiny aspects of the "holiday."

So when your kid's school is insisting on teaching about Kwanzaa, rather than object, simply demand that in the name of true multiculturalism they also teach about Festivus.

5 comments:

Sebosmile said...

OMG! I'm surprised the NEA doesn't demand this as an ACTUAL holiday!

Thanks, made my night. :)

God Of Bacon said...

What about Bacon Day?

victor said...

thanks for share ......


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sharon said...

thanks for the link...

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Anonymous said...

True, but any holiday is made up. Christmas is based on an egyptian holiday if you read history. Halloween is all hallows eve. So in essence, were basically a bunch of people that say we're living in a christian nation but we're involving ourselves in Pagan Holidays so what's the difference?