War on Christmas

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    The war on Christmas exists in the minds of some people. That doesn't mean conspiracy theories or that Christians are an endangered species and that there is any way that Christmas in this day and age in America is at risk of going away.

    The real meaning of Peace on Earth, Goodwill to All, happiness and merriment appears to get lost in the divisiveness of those who want to create and exploit a culture war.

    John Gibson, Bill O'Reilly, Ann Coulter are suspects that ought to be tried for Christmas War crimes.
     
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    I'm an atheist and I love my atheist Xmas. Any Xtian that tries to steal it from me will have hell to pay!! ;)

    Put'em up, Allie B.!
     
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    You sound mighty lazy to me. "Jesus doesn't care if we do anything to show our love for him. He just wants us to believe stuff and be able to masturbate with the thought that we are generally good people."
     
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    Merry Christmas to you, too.
     
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    There's no war on Christmas. Anyone who thinks there is, is a moron.
     
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    You just blew my mind. [/sarcasm]
     
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    You give the term 'non-sequitur' new meaning.
     
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    I hope its new meaning is "deep insight that is well received by those welcoming to logic and wisdom."
     
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    Non-sequitur is latin and means "this does not follow".
     
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    That sounds an aweful lot like its old meaning. Come on, dancer! Get with the times, man. It is December 18th, 2008, not December 17th, 2008. Don't you know anything? It is a brand new world, home slice. Diggity flabbity boom, my diggery dooger flap baby!
     

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