Publix Supermarkets Earns DoDo Bird Award for P.C. Calendar


See what happens when you attempt to be all things to all people, you end up being of little use to anyone. Publix grocery offered a free calendar to their customers which included holidays of other nations but excluded days of remembrance important to our nation.

The last time I looked this was still the United States of America. We are not Venezuala, Cuba, Haiti, Mexico or any other nation. Those who come here should be coming here to become AMERICAN citizens and leaving their HOMELAND behind. We do not have to adapt to foreign citizens, they need to adapt to our language, customs, and heritage.

I am sick and tired of this POLITICAL correctness. It may be POLITICAL but it surely is not correct. Let those who come here become ONE OF US. E Pluribus Unum. Out of many ONE!

clipped from www.page2live.com

publixA free 2010 calendar given out in Publix supermarkets has South Florida buzzing.

On it, chain officials thought it’d be worth noting that December 7 marks “Islamic New Year.”

How about Pearl Harbor? Isn’t it on Dec. 7, 1941, that the Japanese carried a surprise attack on Hawaii, killing 2,350 and injuring 1,177 Americans, and pulling the United States into World War II?

“They put in Venezuelan and Cuban independence days,” he said.

And while some calendars now mark Sept. 11 as Patriot Day in remembrance of the 9-11 terror attacks, Publix’ freebies don’t include that either.

But the giant grocer didn’t forget Haitian Flag Day.

“But most people are outraged by what Publix forgot. If you’re going to be that way, then how about including Israel’s day? They forgot that, too, despite the Jewish population here.”

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