Friday, December 09, 2005

Critics Aren't Keeping Quiet Over 'Silent Night' Lyrics Change

First of all I don't see any reason to change the words to a Christmas song. If you don't want to have people singing Christmas songs, then just sing something else instead. Or sing Frosty the Snowman, or Rudolph or somethign non-religous. However, if religous groups are upset about the changing of the words because it may "secularize Christmas", then they need to join us in reality where Christmas is already just as secular as it is religous.

Then of course as you read more of the article it appears the whole thing is just a big misunderstanding anyway. Oh well, any reason for crazy religous people to spend what should be a nice holiday season instead bitching about how everyone is persecuting them is always good.

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Robert Bayn said...

It's so called liberals who do things like this, with Silent Night, that makes us all look bad.

If someone is a real liberal, they would beleive in civil liberties for all, even the looney religious side.

Miranda said...

*shakes her head* again more people with nothing better to do than whine. Gawd!! Im going to make a post that says MERRY CHRISTMAS in every language...and a HAPPY HANNAKAH to.