The "magic" for children at Christmas, is to lie to them.

"The female supply teacher told pupils at Blackshaw Lane Primary in Royton, Oldham, that it was parents, not Santa, who left their gifts on Christmas Day."
In fact the head teacher Angela McCormick "has since told the agency she does not want the teacher to work there again."


According to School governor, Councillor Steve Bashforth: "It would take more than one Grinch to spoil the magic of Christmas."

Aren't we suppose to punish people for telling lies? These religious people have no problem promoting lies when it is to benefit their agenda. That's God's morals.

Truth is truth, there is no "Santa Clause" or "Father Christmas." Stop lying to the innocent children.

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Comment by River Otter on December 16, 2008 at 7:19pm
I did not raise my son believing in Santa. The lie of Santa in my opinion is trickery and immoral.

What are the religious going to do next? Sue the other kids that tell their kids there isn't a Santa? F'in morons!
Comment by Buffy on December 16, 2008 at 12:03pm
Imagine if she'd told them that babies really aren't brought by storks, or that god doesn't actually exist. Off with her head!

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