Let Me Set the Record Straight
Amid the growing controversy over the Port of Seattle's decision to remove Christmas trees from the airport, many agree on one thing: Packing away the trees could have been an overreaction.
Let me set the record straight about the Christmas tree kerfuffle up here at SeaTac Airport. A Jewish Rabbi asked that a menorah be displayed alongside the Christmas trees in a spirit of unanimity. IT WAS THE LIBBY, OVERLY-PC AIRPORT OFFICIALS who decided to remove all the trees, rather than display a menorah with them (saying they could not accommodate 'all' religions; well, 'all' religions' don't happen to celebrate Christmas or Hanukkah!)
The Rabbi HAD NOT ASKED THAT THE TREE BE TAKEN DOWN, and this morning he said, indeed, the Jewish community was appalled that the trees were so suddenly gone as this is not what they wanted at all. Don't 'blame the Jews' for this--blame the flipdip libbies we are hip deep in up here in Liberalville . It's PC nonsense run amok.