Hypocrites Defend Bakery For Posting ‘Politically Incorrect’ Merry Christmas Sign

A bakery in Ohio is the latest company to grab some attention from the Merry Christmas vs. Happy Holidays battle. Schuler’s Bakery created a “politically incorrect” sign that has gone viral, triggering much commotion for the small donut shop.

The sign on the front of their bakery reads:

“Notice. This store is politically incorrect. We say Merry Christmas, God Bless America; we salute our flag & give thanks to our troops, police officers and firefighters. If this offends you, you are welcome to leave. In God We Trust.”

It only took twenty-four hours for news stations to make a big deal over the tiny sign. The owner of the bakery, Trent A. Schuler, said that it’s a statement of their beliefs and our nation’s freedom of speech and religion.

The sign isn’t a statement of religion because religion is a complete joke in this country. Neither “Merry Christmas” nor “Happy Holidays” mean anything at all when people who could care less about your holiday experience say them. From November to January people act as if they’re angels sent down from heaven to make your holiday special. In reality, they ignore everything that Christmas is supposed to be about. The large majority of the nation isn’t pious during the holiday season. People are infinitely more selfish, hateful, and perverted during Christmas time. Just watch the news and witness the hundreds of people stampeding over one another to get the latest toy for their child who they neglect during the other 11 months of the year.

There is no doubt that every person praising this bakery’s Facebook goes to mass only twice a year. How can they get up in arms about protecting their Christian rights when they’re fake Christians? It would make better sense if all these people got together on the 25th of December and stood outside Wal-Mart admiring the discount gods.

People tore away any redeeming quality Christmas had years ago. This country should stop worrying about how to great one another and instead start worrying about how we actually treat one another.