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  • by Bo Location: Panama City on Dec 30, 2011 at 04:32 AM
    I would like to know what Ho;iday are you celebrating when you say "Happy Holiday"? The 25th of December is desiginated Christmas Day and therefor you need to celebrate Christ's birthday by wishing people Merry Christmas.
  • by Kat Location: Panama City Beach on Dec 29, 2011 at 08:22 PM
    I say Merry Christmas, and wish everyone would say the same to me. He is the reason, and the only reason, that we are celebrating. How can we conscientiously leave Merry Christmas out? I respect others beliefs, but it's not their holiday. Thank you to the local stores, schools and governments for not being afraid to say the word, "Christmas".
  • by Patricia Location: Panama City Beach on Dec 29, 2011 at 03:40 PM
    I say Merry Christmas because if it weren't for Christ there would be NO Christmas.We celebrate His birth on this day. You don't say happy holiday for any other holiday so why would you on Christ Birthday. Merry Christmas!!
  • by Mac Clarke Location: Panama City Beach on Dec 29, 2011 at 03:28 PM
    I'm an atheist but I still wish people a merry xmas or say all the best for season. Why not. It's being polite.
  • by Audrie Location: Panama City on Dec 28, 2011 at 11:17 AM
    I say Merry Christmas AND Happy Holidays. I know there are others out there that celebrate their beliefs. When I say Merry Christmas, they know what I believe and when I add Happy Holidays they know I respect their belief. After all this country was founded on FREEDOM of Religion, so you should have added "Do you say BOTH" to the poll.
  • by Mary Location: Lynn Haven on Dec 27, 2011 at 03:31 PM
    Right on Rusty. Without Christ there would be NO Christmas to celebrate - NO Holiday season to celebrate. We all need to dwell more on celebrating the birth of our savior and less on the commercialization starting BEFORE Holloween.
  • by Doug Location: Bay County on Dec 27, 2011 at 03:21 PM
    As a country we are way to worried about how everyone might feel about things. If you are a Christian then you should happily wish everyong a MERRY CHIRSTMAS even if they are not.
  • by Rusty Location: Tyndall AFB on Dec 26, 2011 at 05:17 AM
    Saying Happy Holidays is just another way way to take Christ out of Christmas. I was so proud to see the sign @ the Tyndall Gates wishing everyone a a Merry Christmas but I have been sadden by our service Men & women serving overseas being foced to not say Merry Christmas on there Greeting we see on TV. Jesus is the reason for the Season and it seems more and more each year we get just a little futher fom the truth of the Birthday we all Celebrate. When my kids were still @ home we used to bake cake for Jesus and today I am very proud to here all my childern greet with a Very Merry Christmas. Merry Christmas and very Happy New Year
  • by Concerned Bay County Citizen Location: Panama City Beach on Dec 16, 2011 at 09:29 AM
    Bay Medical is in financial dire straits and the lease option may provide an answer for community health care and the jobs of 2000 Bay County employees. It seems to be a given in these type situations that the top one or two executives will be provided a severance package of some kind - but not typical for eight 'management team' employees to jump on that bandwagon and benefit from this situation - especially when there have been no raises for the rest of the employees for several years and many are struggling to buy food and pay bills. There has been no money to fund cost of living raises for BMC employees and supposedly jobs are 'secure' in this agreement - so why the $1.2 million padding for eight of them? Maybe this type of mindset from the top-heavy 'top management’ has contributed to the financial problems of the hospital? Shouldn't this be a concern and addressed in the county commissioner negotiations?
  • by Involved Bay County Taxpayer Location: Panama City Beach on Dec 15, 2011 at 09:26 PM
    Well Sally, it is simple why they are delaying. They are doing their duty to evaluate the details proposed by an administration that is known by 2000 employees and their families for being less than truthful and misleading at best. They have robbed these employees at the point of a pen over the past 3 years in order to cover their mismanagement. They have never been forthright and only release information when forced. The commissioners are doing their duty. Unlike the BMC Board of Trustees who stood by and allowed Johnson and his administration to bring the largest private employer and asset in Bay County to its knees. He and the BMC Board are responsible for this situation; no matter how they spin it. They have FAILED. Johnson along with Mr. Dan Morgan coerced the board, chaired by Mayor Greg Brudnicki, to build a new hotel style $100 million building they couldn't afford on variable rate bonds, then made it worse through poor interest swaps. I would like to know in what fantasy world ANY leader that fails in such a catastrophic manor is allowed to have his board create a three year severance package for himself and administrative team prior to pulling such a stunt,then plan a sale to out of state profiteers such as LHP for a fresh start while remaining not only to dictate the details of the deal but manage the new organization after the sale. Yes Sally, the commissioners are DOING THEIR DUTY. Thank You Mr Gainer, Mr Tunnell, Mr Thomas, Mr Dozier and Mr Nelson for doing your duty. Mr Johnson, Mr Morgan, Mr Brudnicki, and BMC administration you should hang your heads.
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