No merry Christmas, no sale

Dear editor,

The time has come to see how serious people are about their merry Christmas and noel complaints.

Dear editor,

The time has come to see how serious people are about their merry Christmas and noel complaints.

A very simple start to a solution is as follows:

If a store does not display merry Christmas, do not shop there. No Christmas carols; don’t go.

If people do not say “Merry Christmas,” take them off your greetings list.

We are a nation who has had the Christmas spirit since the tradition started. No one — repeat — no one has the right to take it away from us.

If the government does not have the resolve to rectify the solution, let us do it for them.

Where are the good old values that Canada was built on?

G. Parsons,

Comox Valley

 

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