Dems' holiday card: GOP Grinches stole Christmas

More sour grapes from the Democrats:

**Dems’ holiday card: GOP Grinches stole Christmas
**Bush, DeLay policies mocked in rhyming verse set to cartoon
Posted: December 22, 2005
11:45 p.m. Eastern
© 2005

Top Republicans including President Bush and Texas Rep. Tom DeLay are villified as Grinches who steal Christmas and a lot more in a new video greeting card produced by Democrats.

“It’s been a rough year for our friends across the aisle, what with President Bush making a run for most unpopular president since Nixon and Tom DeLay getting indicted,” notes the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee which produced the cartoon. “Now, with the holiday season here, it’s time to relax and regroup, because 2006 just might be the most intense midterm election year of our lifetimes.”

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There is nothing but unredeeming hatred coming from them and using Christmas to spread that hatred in reprehensible.


If only I would put duct tape on my head this wouldn’t happen:

They left off the fish and burning cross.

Truly sad!

Contrast it with the RNC site: It links to a message from the president:

Thursday, December 22, 2005
Christmas 2005: A Message From The President

*‘Behold, a virgin shall conceive and bear a son, and his name shall be called Emmanuel’ which means, God with us. - *Matthew 1:23

More than 2,000 years ago, a virgin gave birth to a Son, and the God of heaven came to Earth. Mankind had received its Savior, and to those who had dwelled in darkness, the light of hope had come. Each Christmas, we celebrate that first coming anew, and we rejoice in the knowledge that the God who came to Earth that night in Bethlehem is with us still and will remain with us forever.

Christmas is a season of hope and joy, a time to give thanks for the blessing of Christ’s birth and for the blessings that surround us every day of the year. We have much to be thankful for in this country, and we have a responsibility to help those in need. Jesus calls us to help others, and acts of kindness toward the less fortunate fulfill the spirit of the Christmas season.

On Christmas, we pray for freedom, justice, and peace on Earth. We remember those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our country and for our freedom, and we ask for God’s blessing on their loved ones. We ask God to watch over all of our men and women in uniform. Many are serving in distant lands, helping to advance the cause of freedom and peace. Our entire Nation is grateful to them and prays for their safe return.

Laura and I send our best wishes for a blessed and merry Christmas.


Here’s what I think of the Dems letter.


[quote=b_justb]If only I would put duct tape on my head this wouldn’t happen:



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