Saturday, October 17, 2009

The next right wing victory

They tried to warn us!!! The Muslim usurper in the White House is planning to abolish Christmas!!!1! The only thing that can save us now is a swarm of unsigned chain e-mails.
Thought you might be interested in this information from the White House. This isn't a rumor; this is a fact.

That's reassuring. If you can't trust chain e-mails to tell you the facts, who can you trust?
We have a friend at church who is a very talented artist. For several years she, among many others, has painted ornaments to be hung on the various White House Christmas trees. The WH sends out an invitation to send an ornament and informs the artists of the theme for the year.

She got her letter from the WH recently. It said that they would not be called Christmas trees this year. They will be called Holiday trees. And, to please not send any ornaments painted with a religious theme.

Eeeeek!! Holiday! They said "Holiday!" Henry Ford and Bill O'Reilly were right! The Marxist/Jewish/Fascist/Muslim/Kenyans are planning to destroy Christmas by saying "Holiday."
She was very upset at this development and sent back a reply telling them that she painted the ornaments for Christmas trees and would not be sending any for display that left Christ out of Christmas.

Just thought you should know what the new residents in the WH plan for the future of America. If you missed his statement that "we do not consider ourselves a Christian Nation" this should confirm that he plans to take us away from our religious foundation as quickly as possible.

More eeeeek!!

Sigh. This has already been well debunked, but has been even better distributed. The tree has already been ordered. It will be a called a Christmas tree. It will feature all types of ornaments. The frustrating thing is that, once word gets out that the White House will be celebrating Christmas, the people who believed this nonsense and sent letters to the White House, blogged about it, or just griped and forwarded the e-mail--these same gullible people will believe it was their firm defense of Christmas that forced the Obama's to back down from their grinchly plans to stop Christmas from coming. And, next fall, the same e-mail will start a new round of warning the faithful, the gullible, and the unbudgeable Obama haters.

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