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Update on The War on Christmas. ......the Seattle front

Discussion in 'Sports and News' started by JR, Dec 13, 2006.

  1. JR

    JR Well-Known Member


    On Monday, O'Reilly, the courageous and tireless yuletide warrior, used his watchdog program on Fox News Channel to address worried compatriots.

    "The war on Christmas continues," he said, evoking Ernie Pyle. "It's not as bad as last year, but it's still around, even if the far left press won't admit it."

    The far left press. Those seditious bastards would look the other way even if jolly mall Santas were arrested and shipped to internment camps!


    Wish a stranger "Season's Greetings!" and, before long, you'll be decorating the family pentagram as confused tots send letters to the South Pole: "Dear Satan: I was a really bad boy this year. Please bring me a red bike. And some crystal meth."
  2. alleyallen

    alleyallen Guest

    What was also interesting was this passage....

    "But in today's war there is no room for logic, no place for history and, most certainly, no fear of hypocrisy. To Gen. O'Reilly, "Happy Holidays" is a vile embodiment of political correctness run amok. It is anti-Christian. It is grounds for boycotts and verbal lashings.

    "However, a database search reveals Gen. O'Reilly himself ended various December interviews with that incendiary phrase between 1999 and 2003.

    "Sweet Rudolph! Gen. O'Reilly was once as treacherous as the liberal secular humanist progressive far left extraterrestrial pinheads he now excoriates each night."
  3. Gold

    Gold Active Member

    Bill O'Reilly grew up around the New York area. He knows that "Seasons Greetings" and "Happy Holidays" were standard signs around department stores since he has been on this earth.
  4. alleyallen

    alleyallen Guest

    So it's New York's fault O'Reilly is the way he is? F-ing New Yawkers!
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