Sunday, April 08, 2007

Easter Bunny Deemed "Too Christian"

In an act of PC stupidity too ridiculous to even rant over (for long), the Tiverton Middle School in Tiverton, R.I., has banned the Easter Bunny, and instead installed the name "Peter Rabbit."

The superintendent of the school, William Rearick, was apparantly worried that children of other religious backgrounds might be offended by the bunny. Typical of secular warriors from all over America, Mr. Rearick did not wait for any complaints of any kind to herald forth from the children (or their parents) themselves. Instead, he bravely took up the cause of Progressive Elitism and made the stand on his own.


Personally, I could care less if a public school has an Easter celebration. But either have an Easter celebration, or don't have an Easter celebration. And if you do have one, and a bunny rabbit shows up, he would be the Easter Bunny.

What are they going to call the Easter eggs?

Happy Easter Everyone!

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At 6:25 PM, Blogger sojourner said...

Our society is on the brink of total madness. I have to wonder why the pc educators make Good Friday a holiday. It never was back in the old days when I was a child and Christianity was an acceptable (even commendable) religion to espouse. Strange world we live in.

At 7:01 PM, Anonymous Mark T. Alamed said...

"What are they going to call Easter eggs?"

How about: 'ellipses of diversity'?

Or (in a nod to one of our local airbases) 'West(er) ova'?

Or maybe 'empowerment in a shell'?


At 1:11 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't get it. What kind of moron is this guy to call the Easter Bunny Christian at all? Easter was named for the pagan goddess Esther, and rabbits are ancient symbols of fertility. What does any of that have to do with the resurrection of Christ save the use of the word Easter.


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