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Having a Tolerant, Inclusive Holiday in Denver

Planning to make the phrase “Merry Christmas” illegal on state property, the great city of Denver is definitely protected from the immoral, damnable scourge of state established religion. Non-Christians are now safer from being victimized by reality as they go about their utterly ludicrous irony. In a city forged from rough land in part by French Catholic bishops (who built its first high school and hospital), under the protection of a rule of law founded on Christian values, they celebrate a state-recognized holiday named for the Christian savior, but they will not tolerate the inclusion of that savior’s followers.

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