Wednesday, December 07, 2005

The War on Christmas: Operation Oval

Bush: I Hate Christmas
(Washington Post)

We've done it! We've secured the highest office in the land. Look out, Christmas! You've been making some pretty powerful enemies over the years, and it's high time those enemies came home to roost. By roost I mean DESTROY CHRISTMAS!

I don't want to give too much ammo to the enemy, but I think I know why this battle is being so easily won. Here's an example:

"Bush 'claims to be a born-again, evangelical Christian. But he sure doesn't act like one,' said Joseph Farah, editor of the conservative Web site WorldNetDaily.com. 'I threw out my White House card as soon as I got it.'"

Oh, I twew out my kwismas cawd. YOU'RE A BIG PUSSY AND YOUR FAGGOT HOLIDAY IS ABOUT TO EXPLODE!

5 Comments:

Blogger Ron Franscell said...

From blogger Ron Franscell at http://underthenews.blogspot.com ...

As if a lurking bid-flu pandemic, Armageddon in the Middle East, and the hurricane carousel in the Gulf of Mexico weren't important enough ... we now have people who worry that the word "holidays" is murk-ifying the righteous Christian concept of Christmas.

Religious conservatives have their panties bunched tighter than an alcoholic elf on Christmas Eve. Why? Because the White House's official 2005 Christmas card doesn't use the word "Christmas" ... which is to say, they think George Bush is afraid to use the word "Christ." "This clearly demonstrates that the Bush administration has suffered a loss of will and that they have capitulated to the worst elements in our culture," said William Donohue, president of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights.

Humbug!

The President of the United States represents a wide spectrum of beliefs, from atheists to Muslims to Catholics to Budhhists to the most devout evangelical Christians. His personal religious beliefs are hardly a closely guarded secret -- just ask the Radical Left. But he leads everyone, and in this case, he's trying to be inclusive, not exclusive.

"The reality is you have people in Beaumont (Texas) that think the United States is a Christian country; it's not," a source recently told my newspaper. "It is a country that is founded on freedom of religion, but the truth is, if you look at what happens at Christmas time, there is very much a sense of Christianity."

Anybody who'd elevate the pathetic "Christmas-vs-holidays" tiff to a major issue -- much less a "war" on Christmas -- needs to go to church for a time-out.

3:43 PM  
Anonymous MCCULLEN said...

Quote: "
Religious conservatives have their panties bunched tighter than an alcoholic elf on Christmas Eve."

hahaha WHAT DOES IT MEAN?

4:12 PM  
Blogger Worker #3116 said...

I don't know. I stopped reading after "From blogger Ron Franscell."

4:18 PM  
Anonymous trevor said...

"tight" is an old person word for drunk. i didn't read his comment either.

10:43 AM  
Blogger CosmicMojo said...

Shop at Target 'cause they refused to change their store displays from "holiday" to "christmas" when the ultrarightwingchristians told them to.

1:47 PM  

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