Happy Holidays!

This rainbow proves that the
godless fags are out to get Christmas.

My love of the Concerned Women for Patriarchy America has been well documented here. Their tireless campaigns against such evils as Harry Potter and the National Education Association are an inspiration to liberty-loathing fundies everywhere. I am particularly impressed with their stance against sexism. After all, most groups purporting to represent concerned women would be lead by women. Not the CWFA! No, they buck all forms of gender discrimination and are lead by a man! Take that you evil man-hating feminists!

Robert Knight, director of Concerned Women for America’s Culture & Family Institute (a man!), recently brought to light a horrible injustice in America today. Seems the evil, God-hating despots of Wal-Mart are doing their best Grinch impersonation and are single-handedly destroying Christmas. By recognizing that other religions also celebrate their high holy days in late December, Wal-Mart is terrorizing "Christians" and killing babies...or something like that:

"Wal-Mart has done so much good over the past few years, aiding the Salvation Army and other good causes, that it’s heartening that they won’t have this anti-Christmas albatross hanging around their necks as the Christmas buying season begins in earnest," said Robert Knight, director of Concerned Women for America’s Culture & Family Institute. "Now they need to take the next step and free their employees from the tyranny of having to say the vapid ‘happy holidays,’ and to let them wish people a ‘Merry Christmas,’ or, when appropriate, ‘Happy Hanukkah.’"

That's a fabulous idea Mr. Knight! When a nun walks into the local Wal-Mart, employees should feel free to wish her a Merry Christmas. And sales associates should be encouraged to wish Hassids a Happy Hanukkah. Now, what to do with those pesky millions of other people who don't wear their religious affiliations quite so boldly? Perhaps we need to institute a policy whereby, oh, I don't know, Jews were required to wear something...a Star of David, maybe...which would signify their religion. That way, when they go to Wal-Mart, cashiers and sales clerks are sure to use the correct holiday greeting. I think this plan has real potential...


annamaria at 10:34 AM

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at Friday, November 18, 2005 8:56:00 AM Blogger Blair said...

Risky, but it works.


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