Wednesday, November 30, 2011

The Fake "War On Christmas" Has Flopped This Season

Religious fanatics spent the last couple of years insisting that there was a "War on Christmas", but apparently everyone is tired of their bullSh1t and nobody cares anymore if people say "happy holidays" or "seasons greetings".  It turns out, as the Daily Telegraph reports, all of this has been a fabrication anyway.

We're all tired of them screaming about boycotting stores that use words other than Christmas.  The end of the year is a time to relax and take some vacation, and the last thing that people want to do is listen to morons playing "word laywer" about how saying "xmas" is "taking the "Christ" out of "Christmas.  The fact is that if these dipshits knew Greek they would know that X is the Greek letter "Chi" and that abbreviations like XP (Chi-Rho) have been used Christ for the last 2000 years.

Furthermore, inclusive phrases have never been used to declare warfare against Christmas.  Logically, when you include multiple holidays, such as Christmas and Hannukah, that does not attack either one, but promotes both.  It makes no sense, therefore to say that wishing someone "Happy Holidays" is an attack on any one of those holidays, such as Christmas.  

The existence of Hannukah has never been a threat to Christmas, nor has Eid (al Fatir), nor Saturnalia, nor Yule, etc.  Any sane person can acknowledge that there are indeed multiple "holidays" during this "holiday season", including even Boxing Day and New Years.  These holidays were not recently made up either, and even if they were recently invented, as in the case of Kwanzaa, so what?  Other people can have as many holidays as they want.  That is no threat to your Christmas, which has existed side-by-side with other holidays since its invention.  

So despite a few Christian Grinches trying to keep the spirit of paranoid hostility alive this holiday season, it seems to have been a remarkable failure thus far.  Nobody wants to hear about your phony baloney made up "War on Christmas" this year or any year from here on out, so you're going to have to invent something else to cry wolf about.  I have no fear that extremist Christians will easily fabricate some new fake controversy to start screaming about in short order.  Hey, have you noticed all those weird colored eggs during Easter?  Maybe it's a "gay conspiracy" to turn children gay?  I guess I shouldn't suggest this, because it will probably be taken seriously Christopaths who have nothing better to do with their time.

So HAPPY HOLIDAYS, Biatch and if you don't like it you can kiss my ChristmASS!

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