EASTER BUNNY EXPELLED FROM ST. PAUL CITY HALL

Tyrone Terrill, the human rights director at St. Paul City Hall in Minnesota, has evicted a toy rabbit, colored eggs and a sign with the words “Happy Easter” from the premises.  The display, which was in the lobby of the municipal building, was expelled on the grounds that the Easter Bunny might offend non-Christians.

Bill Donohue, president of the Catholic League, responded as follows:

“We are sending Tyrone Terrill the ‘Supreme Bunny Suit’ from buycostumes.com.  The adult-sized suit includes ‘a faux white fur bunny suit with attached tail, black velcro closure, a pair of mitts, shoe covers with velcro straps, and a full over-the-head character mask’; expected date of delivery is Monday.

“It is our hope that once Tyrone dons the costume, he will realize that even non-Christians are not offended.  And we urge him to read and digest a copy of the First Amendment, preferably while munching on some rancid carrots.”


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Written by Bill