Democrat Governor Installing “Holiday Tree” with Science-Themed Ornaments
The Democratic Party is confessionally godless, and so this places their politicians into a tough spot come holiday season. How does a Democratic governor whose platform is basically a list of God’s commandments to break celebrate Christmas? Well, Governor Tony Evers of Wisconsin has decided to place a ‘holiday tree’ adorned by science-themed decorations.
Republican former governor, Scott Walker renamed Wisconsin’s capitol Christmas Tree a Christmas Tree (because that’s what everybody’s going to call it anyway), with predecessors for the last 25 years going with the politically-correct, Christless alternative. But now, Evers has renamed it back to holiday tree.
Someone, please explain to Governor Evers that the term holiday is still religious.
Evers, who along with most Democrats is desperately trying to indoctrinate the public’s children, is asking school kids to send him science-related ornaments to hang on the
Christmas Tree Holiday Tree.
Apparently there’s a dearth of science-related ornaments.
Evers announced to the public that the theme of the capitol tree is “Celebrate Science.”
He explained, “I first began my career as a science teacher in Baraboo, so I know how important science is to the future of our state. From computer science to dairy science, to clean water and natural resources, to sustainability and renewable energies, this year we want students to make holiday ornaments that celebrate what science means to them, their families, and their communities.”
Right. Anything but Jesus I guess.
Atheists need to get their own
holidays seculardays. They should submit legislation to create their own special days in which they can take off work, sulk about the meaninglessness of life, soak in their own nihilism, and complain about religion. They can observe it with a vegan feast and hot yoga.
In the meantime, they have to ruin holidays for the rest of us who aren’t miserable human beings.
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