God rest ye Total Gym sales hack/Let nothing you dismay/Remember retail therapy is our good country’s way/You hype your tome/Into our home/For Jesus’ birthday…
What President Obama, like many other far-left politicians, needs is a paradigm shift — a new way of seeing America, which is really an old way. It’s the way our Founders viewed America, and it incorporates a good ol’-fashioned Christmas proclamation of Christ’s birth. That America is the one I outline in the new (January 2010) paperback expansion of my New York Times best-seller “Black Belt Patriotism,” which is ironically the same Christmas gift I’m sending to the president!
Oh you’re gonna love “Awry in the Manger,” Chuck Norris’ latest essay in cultural groin kicks wherein he wrings his manly hands about
Obamacare’s incorporation to use federal funds to pay for abortion and thereby step on and force people of conscience who are pro-life to pay via their taxes for the terminations of life in the womb across the country. (What a tragedy to pass such legislation in the shadow of the day when we celebrate the birth of the world’s savior, Jesus Christ.)
and frets that Obama’s
yuletide cheer [will] be another politically correct concoction, adding to the ones that already have adorned the first year of his presidency
(Note to Chuck, that’s an odd use of to “yule” the pre-Christian celebration on the longest night of the year, the winter solstice, where pagans did–and still do–welcome back the sun, represented as a child, with gift giving, decorated evergreen trees and singing; in order to stick with the Christian theme maybe “Christmas” would have been a better choice, because you don’t want to like give heathens any credence, so to speak)
Chuck is convinced that Obama is selling us out to Islam since POTUS
publicly declared in Turkey on April 6 for the whole world to hear: “We do not consider ourselves a Christian nation.”…President Obama has sympathized and supported Muslims and Islamic theology, practice and culture
every time President Obama has had an opportunity to stand up for Christianity in any way, he has not only denied it but also disdained it.
Well, Jesus disdained the prevailing religions of his times, too.