In an effort to implement an ethnic-cleansing approach to the secularization of "Christmas", the Colorado city of Fort Collins has gone to the extreme of establishing holiday decorating regulation to expunge anything and everything remotely associated with "Christmas". These regulations have gone to the extreme of banning red and green lights because they may cause "Christmas" to enter into people's minds.
Seth Anthony, spokesman for task force responsible for the secularization of "Christmas," explained that, in order to avoid any message of exclusion to those not of the Christian faith, the town has chosen to exclude anything and everything Christian. Christmas and Christians are banned.
Red, Green Lights May Be Banned
Colorado city considers ban on red and green Christmas lights