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Bottom line, they want others to take the risk but they want a share of the benefit. Leeches come in numerous forms don't they. But if your savings strategy is brick and mortar, bonds, CD's or a savings account that is okay, but it certainly does not give you the right to condemn those that care to invest in or work in the market any more than if your belief is Protestant to condemn Catholics or Buddhists.
If you don't like it, stay out. I think state lotteries are a scam and unfair tax on the poor, but I don't condemn those that play.
IT IS CHRISTMASS TIME........NOT HOLIDAY TIME.....IT IS CHRISTMASS DAY.........NO HOLIDAY DAY.......THEREFORE..........MR. ROCKET SCIENTIST........ITS CHRISTMAS TREE.......GET IT!
And I agree with Mr. Keeber ....if it wasn't for us pagans, you folks would not have a lot of HOLIDAYS!
Buy local bonds and keep your money in your local bank or credit union.
Let the Wall Street Thugs Rob the Rich this year!
B. In the 4th century CE, Christianity imported the Saturnalia festival hoping to take the pagan masses in with it. Christian leaders succeeded in converting to Christianity large numbers of pagans by promising them that they could continue to celebrate the Saturnalia as Christians
C. The problem was that there was nothing intrinsically Christian about Saturnalia. To remedy this, these Christian leaders named Saturnalia’s concluding day, December 25th, to be Jesus’ birthday.
D. The Origin of Christmas Tree
Just as early Christians recruited Roman pagans by associating Christmas with the Saturnalia, so too worshipers of the Asheira cult and its offshoots were recruited by the Church sanctioning “Christmas Trees”. Pagans had long worshiped trees in the forest, or brought them into their homes and decorated them, and this observance was adopted and painted with a Christian veneer by the Church
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