Thursday, December 23, 2010

Jack Kimble's Christmas Message

No matter how much is going on in the world around us, the holiday season offers us a chance to pause, give thanks for our good fortune, and spend time with our friends and families. This is truly what the season should be about.
Every year, Kerry, and I find ourselves thinking about our men and women in uniform. This will be the last year that our military will be able to celebrate a wholesome family oriented 100% straight Christmas, but we know it is still so hard for so many our brave men and women to be away from home. If you are a Christian in a Muslim country this Christmas, it is a great time to proselytize and expose them to your Christian faith.
This year, we're also particularly mindful that many in our state and in our country are celebrating the holidays under difficult economic circumstances. And I'm going to urge those of you without jobs to get up early in the morning December 26 and check out those want ads. No job is going to find you, you have to find the job. Pay extra attention that you are clean shaven and not slovenly looking or smelling of holiday spirits.
For now, though, I want to thank all of you for your support and friendship. And from the Kimbles to your family, Merry Christmas, and best wishes for a great new year. Four our Jewish friends who are celebrating Hanaka tomorrow or our African-American friends celebrating Kwanzaa, may you also have a joyous season and may the peace of Jesus Christ be upon us all.

Congressman Jack & Kerry Kimble

P.S. If you are wanting to send me a gift, please consider sending cash to my campaign fund. If you want to send John Boehner a gift, a cute poster satirizing Two and a Half Men and referring to him as John Crier is not a good idea.

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