Hello, folks! I’ll be travelling most of today. We’re going to visit my parents. I probably won’t post anything for a few days now.
I just wanted to take the opportunity to wish you all a very Merry Christmas. Everyone I know, pretty much, celebrates Christmas. You don’t even have to be Christian to celebrate Christmas. Most of the atheists and Jews I’ve met celebrate it, too. If you don’t celebrate Christmas, that means you’re a Communist or an Islamist. Or worse.
But the important thing is that God was born tomorrow, 2,007 years ago. Stop for a moment and ponder that. God, in the form of the Son, walked the Earth alongside our ancestors. God died for their sins, and ours. God rose from the dead, transcending death and enabling us to do likewise. The entire miracle of Christianity started tomorrow, in a small manger on the outskirts of Bethlehem, 2,007 years ago. A miracle we fight to uphold the sanctity of to this very day, protecting our freedom to worship God in peace even at the cost of our own lives. A miracle celebrated by all, even Godless heathen sinners who disguise their latent Christianity by calling it Ramadan or Kwanzaaa or Festivus or whatever other blasphemous terminology they invented in their basement to justify their petty evils.
Merry Christmas, Americans and moonbats alike. God bless America, and let us all praise Jesus.