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Discussion in 'Too Hot for Swamp Gas' started by HallGator, Dec 12, 2013.
yes, that has so much to do with this topic ...
I believe your post MADE it part of the topic
Like I said, you guys circle the wagons if Fox is criticized. Other news outlets have viewers and readers, Fox has followers.
What? Where have we gone 'on and on' about someone on MSNBC?
We go on and on about Barry, and his merry band of buffoons, and the leadership of the dummy-rat party that follow their pied piper in lock step, into disaster, notwithstanding the results, because Party > Country, to the dummy-rats...
But there's nothing near the obsession the Left has with Fox (first of all), and secondly, you cannot deny tht the Left acutally holds the conservative talking heads, to a higher standard than they hold their beloved POTUS.
I'd say other Presidents have had support; this guy has followers.
Megyn Kelly's remarks about Santa were in response to a Liberal commentator suggesting that we should get rid of Santa Clause and replace him with a penguin. The bitter, whining Liberal said, "let’s ditch Santa the old white man altogether, and embrace Penguin Claus—who will join the Easter Bunny in the pantheon of friendly, secular visitors from the animal kingdom who come to us as the representatives of ostensibly religious holidays."
Now other than Jesus Himself, is there a more recognizable symbol of Christmas than Santa Claus? If there was a Christmas Army, Santa would be a commanding general in it. And any time there is a war, commanding generals are prime targets for elimination.
An angry, mean-spirited Liberal commentator suggests eliminating Santa Claus and replacing him with a penguin, and nobody from the Left is heard to disagree with the idea. So now tell us again, rivergator, how the Left's War on Christmas is just a figment of our imagination. Lie to us again, just like your beloved leader does every time he opens his dumb mouth.
That thread was about Barrry--the reporter was merely the conduit. This one's about Megyn--Santa Clause and Jesus are just the excuses for attacking her and Fox.
i know you'd love to think that
If you read the article it wasn't mean spirited at all. Overly PC probably, silly certainly, but not mean spirited.
i've always thought, that a true representation of Jesus, or even the character they call Santa, would have made it harder for God fearing whites of the day, to justify racism, bigotry, slavery, and segregation.
hard to believe someone is inferior for their skin color, when the man they worship is of darker skin
As you seem to be the only person who is inferring this, so why not tell us all why you think like this? You know, from an expert's opinion on racism?
condescension noted, but I stated my opinion in the second sentence
Please forgive me here....why should we care about the opinion of a woman on the supposed race of a man 2,000 years ago lived? I do believe the account was recorded near the middle east. I think this is either ethnocentrism, or a statement to be inflammatory for additional ratings.
It's not necessary to care. I just found it interesting. There's all kind of topics started on TH that some may care about and others don't.
Nah, of course not.
...but Megyn Kelly's benign response, to kids no less....why that was just mean spirited as hell, right?
And soooo sincere, and serious....
Wasn't light hearted at all...nooooooooo.....
(more neo-libby double standards out of convenience....).
Kelly has done the only thing she could once she realized how stupid what she said was: She claimed she was kidding.
well, at least she looks good.....
Santa Claus and St. Nicholas
Everybody loves Santa Claus. He embodies holiday cheer, happiness, fun, and gifts—warm happy aspects of the Christmas season. How do Santa Claus and St. Nicholas differ?
Santa Claus belongs to childhood;
St. Nicholas models for all of life.
Santa Claus, as we know him, developed to boost Christmas sales—the commercial Christmas message;
St. Nicholas told the story of Christ and peace, goodwill toward all—the hope-filled Christmas message.
Santa Claus encourages consumption;
St. Nicholas encourages compassion.
Santa Claus appears each year to be seen and heard for a short time;
St. Nicholas is part of the communion of saints, surrounding us always with prayer and example.
Santa Claus flies through the air—from the North Pole;
St. Nicholas walked the earth—caring for those in need.
Santa Claus, for some, replaces the Babe of Bethlehem;
St. Nicholas, for all, points to the Babe of Bethlehem.
Santa Claus isn't bad;
St. Nicholas is just better.