Political correctness not part of Yuletide season

I was so pleased that people are starting to speak out about this stupid politically correct nonsense.

To the editor:

After reading the letter to the editor written by Mr. Gary Barnhardt, I was so pleased that people are starting to speak out about this stupid politically correct nonsense.

I too am happy that more and more individuals are choosing to ignore those who tell us we should be politically correct. First of all, who are those people who tell us we must not say this or say that?

I for one have had it with Christmas card companies which refuse to acknowledge Christmas. I would suggest we all boycott Christmas cards that favour “Happy Holidays” or “Festive season” over saying Merry Christmas. Lets take a stand.

Ken Hodgson,

Kelowna

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