A POLITICALLY INCORRECT (and Dangerous!) Merry Christmas

Published on December 21, 2014

by Les Weaver
Clash Daily Contributor

Contrary to government wishes, a repeated poll concludes that a majority of the American citizens prefer “Merry Christmas” to “Happy Holidays”.

Like so many of the public’s preferences, the legislative garbage on Crapitol Hill and throughout the District of Corruption care not what the public prefers. In fact, under passed law, expressing “Merry Christmas” on a government financed web site could be determined to be a violation of the First Amendment by having mixed church and state, (although the Constitution doesn’t say that), The Dept. of Justice and Dept. of Homeland Security could file charges against the violator as a “Suspected Domestic Terrorist.” This law then permits arrest without formal charge and transport to GITMO for an indeterminate period of time (life?) without trial.

Yep, with the help and support of a “Progressive” Congress, the Usurper in Chief may have finally found a purpose for GITMO; not for Muslim Terrorists but for SUSPECTED U.S. Domestic Terrorists. (And don’t give me that “trust me” crap from the most corrupt persons in this country).

As my New Year Resolution, I have composed and will distributed VERY wide, detailed instruction on a quick and simple way for my peers to express their wishes, angers, and yes praise (though seldom merited) to the web sites of those that falsely profess to representing the people’s wishes. This resolution will continue to stimulate my contacts and hopefully their contacts to express themselves.

To support that resolution, I now expose myself to the wrath of Crapitol Hill in the District of Corruption with the now un-Constitutional words:

(P.S. Under the guise of charging me as a Suspected Domestic Terrorist for the above wish to my fellow citizens, please advise me whether these suspects, upon arrival at GITMO will be furnished with pre-work assignment showers or just a government escorted walk in the woods?)

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