Observations and inanities by a second-shift assistant supervisor in the Puppy-Grinding division of the Evil Atheist Conspiracy® (our motto: "Sure it's cruel, but think of the jobs!"), your host, Brent Rasmussen.
Don't Get Me Wrong, Some Of My Best Friends Are Atheists
The true meaning of Christmas seems to be a vehicle for running down the dirty, non-believing atheists.
This is how your average American sees atheists; evil, Christmas-stealing, Baby Jesus-hating, "Happy Holidays"-insisting, non-believing scum who deserve to be abused and blamed for the imagined ills and the Christian persecution fantasy.
Monday, December 11, 2006
As a child growing up, "Merry Christmas" was the only thing anybody ever heard during the Christmas holidays plus "Happy New Year." "Happy Holidays" just didn't cut it in the spirit of the holidays, even for those who didn't understand or know the real meaning of the Christian holiday of Christmas - the celebration of the birth of God's only begotten son.
Today, it seems that most political and big businesses use only "Happy Holidays" in fear that it might offend some nonbelieving atheist. Now I have nothing against the phrase "Happy Holidays," but then I am offended when somebody tries to tell me I shouldn't use the phrase "Merry Christmas."
Take a hike to all of you who think that way. I am a Christian and it is my duty as a Christian to stand up to my beliefs as this is still the United States of America and it still has the freedom of religion, not from religion. Even if we ever lost that freedom, no government nor dictator will ever stop me from saying "Merry Christmas" or believing in the virgin birth of Christ.
Don't get me wrong, I know several Jewish and Muslim individuals and I will tell them "Happy Holidays" out of respect for their religious beliefs, but for the atheists, Merry Christmas.
"Happy Holidays, Muslims and Jews. Merry Christmas Christians... Fuck you, atheists."
"I know several black people. Some of my best friends are black."
We have a long road ahead of us. Hang in there, folks.
Oh, and Happy Holidays.