Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Merry KKKristmas

The American Family Association isn't really known for their tolerance, but surely even they know that this is completely inappropriate. And are people actually buying it from their website?

Or is this one of those "we didn't realize a burning cross in the yard was considered bad" kind of moments? Then again, this is the American Family Association. "How to Build a Flame Free Burning Cross" is probably in the handbook.


The Beacon said...

As usual it does really sadden me how you put all your anger into Christmas. Sure it has become over commercialize but at the core Christmas is about love, hope, and joy. If people derive happiness from the season why do you feel the need to bash it. I cant see how it hurts you if someone wishes you a 'Merry Christmas'. Id like to believe that you do not hate that other people are happy just because you may not be at the time. Where is the anger going to go after Christmas and lord Hussein and all his socialist ilk are in office, no more Bush to bash. Dude Im rooting for you to be happy and that you can overcome some of the things that are bothering you. I really am. Maybe Ebeneezer the 3 ghosts of Christmas will come to you and bring you some sort of peace with things.

Tony said...

Interesting how me making a post about a company selling an item that looks exactly like a symbol of hatred, fear, and racial intolerance is somehow twisted into a reflection of my apparent anger and hatred of Christmas. Dude, they're selling miniature burning crosses.
And for the record, I'm not the big ball of anger and sadness that you seem to think I am. Just because someone isn't Christian doesn't mean that they're living a sad, unfulfilled life. And not enjoying the flood of religious propaganda that pops up this time of year doesn't mean I hate people being happy.