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Friday, December 01, 2006


Here come the Libtards....
Reaching across the aisle once more to ease the partisan divide.
Is there ANYTHING the moonbats won't complain about?
The White House puts on a good spread EVERY Christmas as they have done for many generations.

But the libtards believe that since the whackjob Sunnis are killing the whackjob Shias in Iraq that NOBODY should be celebrating Christmas in America.

Not REPUBLICANS anway.

We should all be eating Beenie Weenies because after all, thats what Arianna, Chuck Rangel, Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid will be eating, right?

Here's what the hypocrite readers at the HuffPo are opining and you can bet that they will make the personal sacrifice of skipping Christmas dinner this year because others in the world are suffering:


Someone should open the doors to the White House and invite all the homeless people to come in an piss all over the Bush Christmas dinner.
By: TLV on November 30, 2006 at 11:03pm

God how I hate these people.
By: DefyAnt on November 30, 2006 at 10:53pm

I can't see anyone enjoying themselves at Laura's biggoted salute to the soldiers .
By: watchingthings on November 30, 2006 at 11:15pm

WITH AMERICANS SACRIFICING THEIR LIVES IN WARS IN IRAQ AND AFGHANISTAN, WHY THE FUCK IS THEIR COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF THROWING PARTIES WHILD OUR TROOPS ARE GETTING KILLED? GOD I LOATHE THIS FUCKING LYING HYPOCRITICAL STUPID RAT-BASTARD!
By: osage on November 30, 2006 at 11:38pm

I HOPE THESE REPUBLICAN SWINE CHOKE ON THEIR DINNERS. ASSHOLES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
By: randeepapush

I wonder how much body-armor could be bought for our troops with the MILLIONS THAT WILL BE SPENT ON THESE LAVISH DISHES FOR THE VILE BUSHES!!
By: Dillon on December 01, 2006 at 12:27am


I'm sure the HuffPo will do a follow up story on this with pictures of Arianna volunteering at a soup kitchen in L.A. to feed the homeless on Christmas.
But, I doubt it.
My guess is that she has quite the guest list for Christmas dinner at her 8 MILLION dollar mansion in Brentwood.

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9 Comments:

Anonymous prying1 said...

Hey! I'm sorta close to Brentwood. Only 11 - 12 miles. Think I'll get an invite?

7:57 PM  
Blogger joe said...

While I agree this particular article is just dumb, there is a very obvious parallel with the phrase "Let them eat cake" I'll assume you are aware of its origins.

I see no need to comment on posts by readers, we all know that activists are nearly always the "in your face" sort of folks.

For myself I wont be celebrating any pathetic pagan holidays dressed up in Christian trappings, nor will I be volunteering for anything. our local right wing radio station started playing christmas music and wishing people a merry christmas 2 weeks before thanksgiving. I find that pathetic, not to mention amazingly annoying.

1:51 AM  
Blogger Senor said...

It must be fun to be a kid at your house.

8:29 AM  
Blogger joe said...

Actually it is, there are no false pretenses, no condemnation and no lies about magical elves slipping down chimneys who watch your every living moment judging whether or not you deserve to get a present.

No child here will ever have his head filled with lies and fear tactics in order to scare them into being good. It's simple enough to be honest with them and teach them to be good, though it does mean actually getting involved in raising your children rather than hoping the carrot and stick method will do your job for you.

I know its difficult for you to comprehend, but there are billions of people who do not celebrate Christmas or any holiday, and most of us have plenty of fun regardless. You see, it is not necessary for thinking beings to schedule their fun to coincide with the equinoxes. Those of us who have moved beyond the dark ages can have fun any time we want, and we can do so in any manner we wish.

2:03 PM  
Blogger Senor said...

The fact that you think Santa is about lies, fear tactics, and pagan worship of the equinox says so much about you, Joe.

The Santa factor has evolved over time. We dont care about the equninox and pagan worship, thats not a part of the traditional Christmas.
Instead its about a magical time for children. I've never heard of elves watching us 24 hrs a day. You may have had some twisted parents. Santa says he knows who has been naughty or nice.
This tactic only works for the 2 weeks leading up to Christmas.

As for it being a 'lie' to tell your kids Santa exists, that's laughable. I dont remember exactly when I figured out that Santa wasnt real, I just remember that you put two and two together over time and figure it out. This is part of growing up, in fact you were rather proud of yourself for being 'in on it' while the younger children still believed. BUT you still get presents so everything is good.

My parents pulled out all the stops. I loved the Christmas tree smell and the decorations, the friends and relatives who would stop by.
It's simply a magical time, and whether or not you celebrate it as the birth of Christ or as just a holiday of giving, its still a beautiful thing.
Childhood memories of Christmas last a lifetime.

Yes, it is too bad that commercial interests break out the holiday sales so early in the year. Christmas is a huge boost for the economy, there is no question about that. That also means more jobs.

I dont think I represent the Dark Ages by celebrating the traditional American Christmas.

Merry Christmas, Joe. It's not too late for you to realize that Santa is real.

9:40 AM  
Blogger prying1 said...

What gets me is that the people at Huffington Post are blind to their own hatred. And then they accuse conservatives of that which they are guilty of. Talk about transfering emotions...

And the "good liberals" just ignore them and just say, "we all know that activists are nearly always the "in your face" sort of folks."

Activists??? Foaming at the mouth madmen who wish harm upon other human beings is more like it.

Those on the left won't call their own on the profane and crude behaviour. Instead they allow it to fester and grow in their ranks until it will eventually choke them.

Yet some on the left will take the time to criticize Christmas and stand on a lofty perch as they condescendingly tell the world how much better they are because they leave no room for a child to use imagination.

For a person to get annoyed at Christmas music because someone plays it too early for their tastes just shows how imbalanced they are.
For this same person to find it pathetic someone else getting a jump start on saying 'Merry Christmas' is more proof of a condescending attitude that dwells deep in that persons soul.

MERRY CHRISTMAS! - Wait! Don't go away! I have an MP3 of Feliz Navidad I want to play.

9:19 AM  
Blogger joe said...

Wow you must really have a thing for me, unfortunately I don't find you in the least bit attractive, sorry about that.

I agree completely that there are plenty of bad folks on the left and the right. I never once denied that. Yes some of those replies are what I would consider unacceptable, but I don't think any violence or ill wishing is ever constructive, so I do my best not to engage in it. Nobody is perfect however, and I least of all.

I am not a cop, so I cant go arresting liberals or conservatives that act badly or illegally, and my guess neither are you. I point out the things I find unacceptable and something tells me you do some of that as well, I suppose we are each flawed creatures. Imagine that.

The funniest thing about lying to your kids, you always convince yourself it's somehow within your self interest or theirs, I personally find that to be pathetic, but to each their own right? The kids around here have great imaginations, almost daily we pretend we're fixing something using imaginary tools or pretending to be dragons or lions. If you ever bother to try honesty, I think you'll be surprised how well the children respond. Of course they tend to grow up to be gracious, caring and kind, with a good sense of self reliance and compassion, and for some that seems completely out of line.

Speaking of which:

Those on the left won't call their own on the profane and crude behaviour. Instead they allow it to fester and grow in their ranks until it will eventually choke them.

I guess that explains Foley, the Iraq debacle and every Medal of Freedom issued in the last 6 years. oh, but you said those on the left...hmmm I guess I'll have to reexamine that.

Actually the mention of the Christmas music prior to thanksgiving was only because they did it specifically as an annoyance, which the tech said as he was putting it on, and The personality, one Matt Mattan, went on and on about it as well. I find it annoying, I doubt that indicates anything except maybe my taste in music.

But the guerrilla Merry Christmas attacks I was mentioning sure seem petty to me, I don't go pushing my beliefs at you when I go shopping, I'd prefer the same consideration.

I don't care if you say it or not, but don't expect me to respond to it, because I'm not a Christian, and when I just smile and walk away when you say it, you should be happy that I didn't instead tell you to shove it.

But please do enjoy the Jol season, and as your kids worship the shaman in red who brings psychotropic drugs down the chimney, remember it's all about Jesus.

6:27 PM  
Blogger prying1 said...

Gosh Joe. I sure wish I was perfect like you.

Oh wait! You stated, "Nobody is perfect however, and I least of all."

Did you know that a statement similar to that was made by St. Paul? The same guy that wrote 3/4 of the New Testament. Perhaps the two of you have more in common than we thought.

11:22 PM  
Blogger prying1 said...

No invite to the party yet. Should I just crash it?

11:23 PM  

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