The War on Christmas is really heating up, as Bill O’Reilly goes so far as to argue that Christianity isn’t an organized religion in his effort to save Christmas from anti-Christmas warriors.
This is confusing.
I can only presume that what’s happening here is that the atheist is arguing that any perceived War on Christmas is actually entirely appropriate since organized religion has no place in the public sphere … to which Bill O’Reilly responds that Christianity isn’t an organized religion but a philosophy, which would make its establishment in the United States (and the public celebration of its holidays) entirely acceptable and not at all constitutionally problematic. This is also — as Jon Stewart points out — probably the most inane thing anyone has said in this most recent inanity-filled iteration of the War on Christmas.
HT: Marcus Sanborn.
has anyone else noticed this weird trend of referring to the president as “mr obama” in the media
i don’t recall bill clinton getting called “mr clinton”
or bush being called “mr bush”
they were “president clinton” or “president bush” …
or was i just not paying attention? IS IT JUST ME.