Wednesday, August 30, 2017

"And" Doesn't Exit in the PC Crowd's Lexicon

California, in its great wisdom, is listening to the blather of a bunch of Politically Correct  City Council members whose newest great idea is to banish Columbus Day, a federal holiday held on the second Monday in October, and to replace it with Indigenous People Day.   Or more informatively "Native American Day."

Native American Day is already celebrated in September in the great state of California, but the wack-a-dos of Berkeley are not happy with that.   Columbus Day must go!

Why is not possible for the holiday to be Columbus Day AND Native American Day if they have to celebrate it?  Because liberal thinking forbids anything but my way or the highway.

Legislatively, they're about as needed as a life guard in a car wash or as useful as an ashtray on a motorcycle.   Instead of The Last of the Mohicans, how about The Last of the Liberals?  I'd celebrate that for a minimum seven days. 

And when the celebrants of the 91st Feast of San Gennaro to be held this year from September 14 to the 24th in Little Italy, Manhattan,  hear about this newest folly from California ... well, yas don' wanna be dere.  It ain't going to be pretty. 

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