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Sunday, December 25, 2011

Merry Christmas!

Mallard Fillmore spends almost every day of the year being a hateful prick who is the antithesis of what Christ and Christianity stand for ("love thy neighbor as thyself").

So enjoy today when he blandly quotes the Gospel according to Luke, wishes you a happy Christmas, and shows himself reading a book which we are supposed to believe is The Bible, but is more likely Atlas Shrugged, in anticipation of going back to hating everyone but the 1% tomorrow.

In a more general sense, Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Joyous Kwanzaa, or Happy Holidays. Choose one. (But if you make the wrong choice, immediately declare War on Christmas.)


Tog said...

If Jesus walked among us today, Batshit and company would call him a socialist and air their "legitimate concerns" about how he hung around with dudes all the time.

If Batshit lived in those times, he'd be in the crowd screaming "crucify him!!" the loudest, because you know the death penalty is such an awesome deterrent. (And Batshit and his ilk have remarked on several occasions a desire to lethally silence anyone and everyone to their left.)

Happy Holidays!

ajm said...

He's just ripping off Linus in "A Charlie Brown Christmas." (Everything I've read about Charles Schulz suggests he was every bit as conservative as Tinsley... only infinitely less of a jerk.)

rewinn said...

"Fear" is the first word of today's "comic", and of most of modern conservativism.

Kip W said...

Tog, you know those huge crosses you sometimes see outside of rural churches in places like Virginia?

If Jesus comes back, they're ready for him.

Marion Delgado said...

I don't think charles schultz was very political and i don't think being a christian is being conservative. when he got a Congressional Gold Medal it was a California Democrat who proposed it and Bill Clinton who did it.

Schultz also illustrated a book on kids' letters to LBJ.

Marion Delgado said...

I do not go to church anymore... I guess you might say I've come around to secular humanism, an obligation I believe all humans have to others and the world we live in. Charles M. Schultz