Thursday, December 01, 2005

Can you keep a secret?

I must say, I am very hurt to discover that the ACLU has "a very secret plan ... to diminish Christian philosophy in the U.S.A." If it wasn't for that helpful Bill O'Reilly, I still wouldn't know. I guess I must have missed the inter-office memo.

For more on Bill O'Reilly's allegations, check out the Media Matters blog.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Glad to see it go...Midnight Mass always sucked anyway. We need to revisit our Pagen roots and party the holidays away.

4:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

And there's always one more...

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© 2004

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4:37 PM  
Blogger ACLU of Pennsylvania said...

You also might be interested in this:

Apparently some group is out to get the ACLU by... sending us Christmas cards. That'll show us. I, for one, look forward to it. I love getting mail.

4:52 PM  
Blogger ACLU of Pennsylvania said...

P.S. No sooner did I post this comment when I discovered that we'd received the first Christmas card from this campaign!

5:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

But...did it say Merry Xmas, Meery Christmas or HAPPY HOLIDAYS? Oh, I forgot, those other holidays don't count. Oops.

5:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How sweet, you can also send Xmas gifts to an Iraqi Child..."Sorry we killed you parents, here's a set of Legos, Merry Christmas!" How dear.

5:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Good things are happening in America: The economy is bouncing back, the war on terror continues to be an effective one, and Howard Dean is the best thing the Democrats have to offer. Take a minute this holiday season and let me show the ACLU how you feel about them.

Oh, and Merry Christmas (so sue me)!"

Mike Gallagher's radio show, the sixth-most-listened-to talk radio show in America, according to Talkers Magazine, was featured in Joel Stein's essay in the Dec. 15, 2003, issue of Time magazine.

Another pain-killer addiction in conservative radio? ... Look for the staggering Jesus with a hefty bag full of Xmas cards.

6:00 PM  
Blogger Equal and Free said...

check this out

on the note of Christmas.... i think we need to address in this country,that is this huge melting pot of culture and religion, the holidays that make our people who they are and stop playing into such a small amount of these Christian Holidays

12:48 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Death penalty? No problem. War? Love it! Massive budget cuts to programs for the poor? Keep it up!

Wal-mart greeters saying "Happy holidays" instead of "Merry Christmas"? Now THAT is an outrage, according to Falwell and his band of faux Christians. Jerry has 900 attorneys standing by, waiting to take on anyone who blocks Christmas in some way. Of course, there are 3,000 death row prisoners who could use the services of those "Christian" attorneys.

10:48 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If those inmates would just become saved they wouldn't need an attorney...are they allowed to watch the 700 Club on death row?

8:46 AM  
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9:15 PM  

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