Greta Van Susteren posted a poll "just asking" if her Fox News blog readers are "appalled" that the U.S. Postal Service excludes the word "Christmas" from stamps. Or "is the gingerbread house enough?" she asked, as an (obviously less attractive) alternative. There's just one catch. Christmas was not excluded. (H/T reader Stan)
Van Susteren and her readers must have missed this stamp:
And this one:
This one, too.
But not surprisingly, more than 96% of her readers (at the time I am writing this) who voted were appalled.
But that wasn't enough for the cesspool of hate that pretends to love America, aka Fox Nation. They are throwing a hissy fit over the fact that an ad for the holiday stamps included the gingerbread house and nothing that says "Christmas." Even though, as the Postal Service has explained, the ad featured new stamps. The Christmas stamps were issued earlier.
I'm tempted to tell these Christmas crusaders to go sit in a corner and pout. But I have come to believe that hate mongering, divisiveness and making the world a little more miserable for anyone they dislike or disagree with politically is exactly their idea of a Merry Christmas.
No shortage of entries.
And as Laurajean points out, she’s a Scientologist, for crying out loud, so she’s pimping for a prejudice she doesn’t even believe in.
There, truman, fixed it for you.
The sales department would not be a happy camper, especially those who make commission off of these ad placements.
“I’m not hearing a peep of outrage from the self proclaimed network and party of family values.”
That’s because the ONLY values they’ll EVER be concerned about are the values of the following:
1. NIELSEN RATINGS
2. THE DOW JONES INDUSTRIAL AVERAGE
3. THEIR DIVIDEND CHECKS
I’m not hearing a peep of outrage from the self proclaimed network and party of family values.