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… And May All Your Christmases Be White

THOSE fundie nutters over at the American Family Association want Christians to

Let their ‘light’ Shine For Christ This Christmas Season!

But in offering the faithful its latest bit of Christmas tat, the AFA seems unaware that a blazing cross in one’s garden might possibly send out the wrong signals to passers-by – and may even invite a brick through the window.

The AFA asks:

Looking for an effective way to express your Christian faith this Christmas season to honour our Lord Jesus?

Now you can…. with the ‘Original Christmas Cross’ yard decoration.

Light up your front yard, porch, patio, driveway, business, organisation or church this holiday season with a stunning Christmas cross.

Hmmm. It would certainly not be out of place at this church.

... and may all your Christmases be white

... and may all your Christmases be white

The weatherproof Christmas Cross is 5.5 feet tall, with 210 individual ultra bright lights; assembles in just minutes;  and you don’t need the skills of Jesus the carpenter to put it together – one screwdriver is all it takes.

Says the AFA:

You won’t find the ‘Original Christmas Cross’ in stores, so order online today!

We understand that each order ships with a complementary copy of Mississippi Burning.

HAT TIP: Dave McKeegan

9 Responses to “… And May All Your Christmases Be White”

  1. Kadet says:

    Haha KKKrazy!

  2. LD says:

    I’m no expert but isn’t the cross the symbol of the christian spring festival – surely, the mid-winter bash is the one with the manger and the shepherds.

    Happy KKKristmas!

  3. newspaniard says:

    An’ what about Santa and Rudolph? Or aren’t you a TRUE believer?

  4. Buffy says:

    Considering how bigoted and fascist the RRRW Christians are becoming, a blazing cross isn’t at all out of character for them.

  5. valdemar says:

    So they’re so stupid they just haven’t seen the connection, which is perfectly possible, or they have spotted the KKK symbolism and they’re all okay with it. Either way, what a bunch of swivel-eyed sanctimonious gospel-frotting gits.

    And can I please trademark the term ‘gospel-frotting’? I feel it has more pizazz than ‘bible-bashing’.

  6. H.Horror says:

    ‘We understand that each ships with a complementary copy of Mississippi Burning’ How did you come to understand that? It doesn’t say anything on the website about it, so I’m just wondering where you found out that it comes with Mississippi Burning. If you’ve made it up, say so.

    Have you seen the ‘suggested donation’ part on the xmass cross AFA page? To me, this implies negotiability, which is true, since they allow you to donate MORE than the suggested donation – however, they do not allow you to ‘donate’ less unless you have a voucher/coupon; what the ‘suggested donation’ part really means is: ‘Minimum Price If You Haven’t Got A Discount Coupon’.

  7. Barry Duke says:

    The mention of Mississippi Burning is satire, pure and simple. Apologies to all those who failed to recognise it as such.

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  9. jon says:

    I myself have never understood religion as here we have a man who would give his only son for mankind. but then we have so many christian politicians in American who would be willing to hand their countries over to muslims to destroy without thinking twice, plus an illegal president in office.