Earlier this week, we reported that the Obama administration has banned any reference to Christmas at a Veteran’s Affairs facility in Salem, Virginia. At this facility, it was recently made against the rules to even say “Merry Christmas” to someone, or to put up a Christmas tree.
Now, however, the veterans have fought back.
According to Mad World News, here’s what the “The ‘Executive Leadership Team” at the Salem VA Medical Center said to their veterans in a statement:
“[P]ublic areas may only be decorated in a manner that is celebratory of the winter season. Displays must not promote any religion. Please note that trees (regardless of the types of ornaments used) have been deemed to promote the Christian religion and will not be permitted in any public areas this year.”
Unfortunately for Obama and his minions, the “Executive Leadership Team” has been forced to reverse their decision after the veterans fought back. In typical Obama-form, however, they reversed their decision in a way that demonstrated their “moral superiority:”
“[I]t was determined that Christmas trees could be displayed in public areas so long as they were accompanied by the respective symbols of the two other faiths that celebrate holidays during this holiday season – namely symbols commemorating Hanukkah and Kwanzaa.”
This PC nonsense has clearly gone WAY too far. It’s shameful that veterans who risked everything for our country were banned from celebrating Christmas on their own soil. Good for them for fighting back, and shame on you, Obama!
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