A Missouri Philatelist Says The War Against Christmas Is Underway At All U.S. Post Offices
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From: Jerome Van Dyke (e-mail him)

Re: War Against Christmas

Look no further than your local post office to see the War Against Christmas vigorously waged.

The U.S. began issuing Christmas stamps in 1962 and were immediately in high demand.

But in the mid-1990s, the post office went politically correct by creating a "Holiday Celebration" series that included stamps that honored Kwanzaa, Hanukkah, Cinco de Mayo and Eid.

Ironically, the first Eid stamp appeared on September 1 2001, only ten days before the Muslim terrorist murders on U.S. soil.

All the stamps have, at various times, been reissued.

Van Dyke lives in St. Louis.

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