Backwards America - Part 1

on Thursday, December 13, 2007

For months on end now I tear my hair out every time I read news stories about how certain Americans have their thinking totally backwards... Instances like when libs say American soldiers are losers, that 9/11 was committed by American insiders, or when tax-funded schools prohibit students from displaying American flags in their lockers or on their clothing. I've been wanting to hit stories like these all at once, but since they are becoming so commonplace I have instead decided to start a segment called "Backwards America." Whenever some useful, liberal idiot out there has their brain wired backwards be sure to check in here and hear all about it. And with that, let's get started...

Today's occasion takes us no further than Capital Hill where your worthless Congress (once again) has pandered to a few small minority groups while stabbing the rest of us in the back. Just a day or two ago a resolution to honor Christmas and the Christian faith hit the floor - and nine Democrats voted against it. Now I'm sure some atheist out there is thinking, "But Mike, not all of us in America are Christians, LOL!" True, but then why did those same 9 Dems vote 'YES' to support earlier resolutions to honor the holidays of Islam and Hinduism? I'd love to hear Pete Stark answer that one. After all, about 80% of Americans are Christian and Congress is elected to represent the rest of the American population. So why are they voting against our values and beliefs?

What in the world is wrong with these people?! How did they get elected and who voted for them?! Something is seriously wrong when political correctness demands an honoring of two religions which had no part in our nation's founding, while simultaneously demanding the disavowing of the very religion that is the founding principle of this land of freedom that these politicians call home.

Blogger-in-Chief 'Allahpundit' wisely puts it this way: "The left sometimes seem to have it in its mind that the Establishment Clause contains some sort of equal protection component that makes it okay to endorse minority religions, however symbolically, while scrupulously resisting the faith of the majority lest it burst into theocracy. No such doctrine, boys."

Political correctness in this country is smothering everything you and I believe in.


On a similar note, Barbara Walters is mad that she got a 'religious' Christmas card from the Bush family. Watch this:



Huh?... Barbara, Christmas is a religious holiday, hun! The hint is in the holiday’s name, you insufferable dimwit. Seriously, only a liberal could get offended when somebody wishes them a Merry Christmas. Hey Barb, are you offended that the Kabaa in Saudi Arabia features banners with Koranic verses? In your words, "Wouldn’t that offend everyone who isn’t Muslim?" Or what about when the Empire State Building was recently lit up in green to celebrate Ramadan? I didn't hear you complaining then! But when somebody sends a Christmas card with a Bible verse, oh, that's way out of line.

I'll bet anybody $100 that Barbara will never say a word about any Hanukkah, EID, or Divali cards she has gotten this season.

By the way Barb, at least the Bush family sent you a card, regardless of your constant public criticism of them. Did you send one to them?

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