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"MU": NO EXAMS ON WICCAN & PAGAN HOLIDAYS
"There are more Zoroastrians here than there are Wiccans."
"The bad side of Wiccanism is it's obviously a form of witchcraft."
"Twenty percent of all school holidays as described by the University of Missouri are Wiccan holidays."
"I think [. . .] Pagans and Wiccans [are] being used for a political agenda to downgrade what's important to a majority of Americans."
"You get twenty holidays now if you're a Wiccan"
"Any religion whose most sacred day is Halloween, I just can't take seriously. I mean... Call me a bigot."
It would be like if I trivialized Christmas by saying that any religion that believes in Santa Claus, I can't take seriously. Both of these are unfair arguments.
Also, I might just take you up on your offer to call you a bigot.
"I went and interviewed a number of Wiccans and they say 'Look, we are the most peaceful individuals. We don't practice crazy things. We're just of the earth.'"
"I think that's right. Every Wiccan I've ever known is either a compulsive Dungeons and Dragons player or is a middle-aged twice divorced older woman living in a rural area who works as a midwife."
"...and likes a lot of incense."
Apparently, journalism no longer requires people to research. The entirety of this three minute report is filled with uninformed opinions with only a glimmer of hope near the end before it collapses into pure caricature. They were so close, but it just didn't stick.