December 11, 2018

We’re winning the “war on Christmas” — but don’t get cocky

Kurt SchlichterHost of Take That

Pointing to the war on Merry Christmas and Baby It's Cold Outside is a great way to laugh at the insanity of the left wingers. This year they're backing off on the Santa hating, and it's making me suspicious.

It's a lot easier to laugh at the kooks on the left when they're making such an easy target of themselves.

On this episode of Take That! I'll explain why winning the War on Christmas can make 2020 harder for we on the right.

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commented 2018-12-13 06:47:45 -0500
The Rebel needs to get out their van and roam thesreeets blasting BABY ITS COLD OUTSIDE
commented 2018-12-12 22:36:28 -0500
“Paul Taylor commented 15 hours ago
Christmas or any other special holiday will not die in my family. My children and their children will keep the flames alive………… Bank on it!!!! "

Nobody cares if you celebrate it. It’s when the government endorses religious holidays that there’s a problem.
commented 2018-12-12 09:27:11 -0500
Christmas stays forever the left wing idiots and their Islamic rats can take a big F-off!!
commented 2018-12-12 07:48:02 -0500
Christmas or any other special holiday will not die in my family. My children and their children will keep the flames alive………… Bank on it!!!!

The leftist nut jobs can kiss my rosey red _ _ _!!!!
commented 2018-12-12 00:07:20 -0500
MERRY CHRISTMAS!
JOYEUX NOEL!

If someone is offended by that, too bad so sad…it must really suck being you…and being around you.
commented 2018-12-11 22:33:57 -0500
Have a blessed Christmas, Kirt, and I don’t care who gets offended. The problem is that leftism is a control freak ideology. They can’t stand the fact that the prolls know how to live their lives. They feel we’re stupid oafs who need their wise counsel on how to save energy and ride bikes instead of cars. This is why they get so upset at us. We know how to live and raise our families. We can make our own decisions without some bureaucrat scolding us all the time.
commented 2018-12-11 21:47:38 -0500
That comment should have gone under the U.N. global migration article.
commented 2018-12-11 21:46:15 -0500
I can certainly understand why there have been so many suicides lately. As a Canadian living under the Trudeau/Liberal regime there is not much to look forward to.
commented 2018-12-11 19:11:05 -0500
Thanks Kurt. Our family will continue our Christmas traditions as we always have, and no one, absolutely no one is going to tell us otherwise. Unlike the politicians, we have a spine, and I don’t care if it offends a single person on this planet. I am not offended by their traditions and I don’t tell them what to do. We live in the country and are a tight knit group, our neighbours may or may not decorate for the season, but regardless, if you wish them a Merry Christmas, they either reciprocate in kind, or just politely acknowledge our wishes, just as we would and do if they said Happy Hannuka, or Happy Chinese New Year… what ever floats your boat. To the perpetually offended, I have a different greeting…
commented 2018-12-11 17:37:58 -0500
The Muslims in my department at work are fine wishing people a Merry Christmas. I show them respect when they are fasting and realize they can be a little tired. But i guess none of us are left wing progressives so respect can work two ways.
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