On Nov 14th, New York City Police Officer Larry Deprimo came upon a homeless man on his beat sitting on a "public" sidewalk, on that frigid night. The man had no shoes or socks and was being riducled by passing on lookers, when Larry offered to buy the man a pair of socks. The homeless man, on "public property" mind you, smiled at the officer, "No thank you, but "God" Bless, you sir." Good grief!!!! He uttered a typical Judeo Christian religous phrase... in public, where others could hear it and be offended by it.
Now... did On Duty Uniformed Police Officer Deprimo arrest the man? Noooo...not Larry, he actually became a party to the crime by purchasing the man a good pair of $100.00 boots with his own money, to releive the man's pain and suffering. Obviously, Larry should have let the right party in the government give the man a pair of shoes and socks when they got around to it.
Yes folks, we just can't let government employees get away with crimes like these. The government must act and make sure that all Police officers and government officals do not show any outward signs of endorsing Judeo Christian principles. All Judeo Christian influences must be banned from the public square, in order to protect the public from these types of unlawful influences.
Indeed, the world will diffinately be a better place without the Christmas spirit and the Jewish tradition of caring for the poor...and of course... the acts of lawless people like Larry Deprimo.
Hmmmm...Ya know somethin weird... over two thousand years ago, The Romans tried to stamp out Christians and Jews, too. Say have ya noticed that ya don't see a lot of Romans with spears and swords running around these days, but there sure seems to be a lot of Christians and Jews, Crosses and Magen David around.
Hmmm... I wonder how that's going to work out here.
Oh well...as to Larry... I think God has something in store for him. One day I'm sure God will tell him...
"Did you not feed me when I was hungry, did you not give me drink, when I thristed, did you not care for me when I was ill, did you not clothe me when I was naked? For all of these things you did for the least of your bretheran, Larry....You did for me"
...and I say....A Happy, Holy and Very Merry Christmas, Larry!!!!