Wednesday, December 24, 2003

Merry Christmas!

It's been two years since Manitoba's premier (that'd be equivalent to Governor for the U.S. folks, as in "Governor Schwarzenegger") walked into the Legislature in our province and got fed up with the "Multicultural Tree" that is put up every year. It's the "politically correct" tree for the "holiday season".

He wouldn't have been so upset, except that there were, on either side of the Multicultural Tree, huge "Happy Hannakuh" and "Happy Kwanzaa" displays. He went on record as saying, quote:
"If it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck, you call it a duck. This is a Christmas Tree, and that's what it's going to be called!"
When I first started this blog, back in mid-August, I decided I would give it to Christmas to decide whether it was worth the time and effort, and if it actually seemed to be contributing something worthwhile.

The first four months of blogging have been great, and it's a gift to me to have had such a great time dialoguing with so many different and unique people. Thank you, and Merry Christmas!

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