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Daily Show: The Gretch Who Saved the War on Christmas

The holiday season wouldn't feel the same without people going out of their way to be offended by nothing.

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Tulsa in the 47th largest city in the U.S?

Green becomes Gretchen.

I did learn something from seeing this video - Sioux City, of all places, has a Siouxland Atheists, Agnostics and Freethinkers. I'll be darned; I thought all the heathens were further east, what with out atheist buses and all.

Merry Christmahunukwaanzaram stice!

What I love about this is the idea that somehow secular liberal elites are in control of Tulsa, Ok.

I mean, who in their right mind could pretend to believe such a thing?

That's why all the interviews have some republican local hanging their head and saying, "It actually seemed like the right thing to do, but I still hate doing it."

Further evidence that reality is the number one enemy of the conservative movement.

I don't get why so many Christians get upset about this stuff. I don't think we could create a more pagan looking festivity if we tried.

you mean 'adopt' a more pagan holiday. *8)

It is a little known fact that Palestinians 2000 years ago got wood when thinking about a northern European pine covered in candles and balls.

heh heh. You said balls... heh heh

I think we're going to lose the war on Xmas again this year. It probably has to do with the fact that there is nobody fighting.

Every frickin year I'm a casualty of war. Try listening Kitschmas songs for 8 hours straight at work and tell me you don't wanna wage war on something... ANYTHING!


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