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Jon Stewart Mocks FOX News' Annual 'War on Christmas' Report: VIDEO


An epic rant from Jon Stewart over FOX News' annual 'War on Christmas' report.

"FOX News itself is located in midtown Manhattan, the epicenter of all that is godless, secular, gay Jewwy, and hellbound, and yet, even here, all around your studio, it looks like Santa's balls exploded."



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  1. Ya gotta love Jon Stewart!

    Posted by: rroberts | Dec 4, 2012 11:22:48 AM

  2. I cannot believe Bill O'Reilly tries to argue that Christianity is a "philosophy," not a religion in that second clip! Mr "War On Christmas" is trying to SECULARIZE Christianity?! It's clear he has no shame.

    Fox News often functions as a testing ground for Republican memes and talking points. They throw everything (sh*t) at the wall to see what sticks, and if their viewers buy into it they hit it hard. (See: Benghazi) I suspect that was the case here, trying to separate Christianity from religion to overcome the separation of Church and State. i.e, you can quote Socrates in the courtroom but not the Bible.

    Jon Stewart shut that little foray into idiocy down very nicely!

    Posted by: Caliban | Dec 4, 2012 11:58:25 AM

  3. I like Stewart, but he's not totally fair. When Walnut Creek entered that controversy by bowing to the p.c. bullies and renaming their Easter Bunny the "Spring Bunny", he missed a chance for good material. Like when the cooking channel (I forget which) forced that chef to say "Holiday" cookies (remember his revenge on that station?). Stewart doesn't ever want to seem contadictory, and he comes off the worse for it.

    Posted by: Yupp | Dec 4, 2012 12:47:38 PM

  4. Christmas is even EATING other holidays! LOL

    Posted by: Howard | Dec 4, 2012 2:20:40 PM

  5. Jon Stewart and his writers are simply great. Funny and right on target as usual.

    Posted by: andrew | Dec 4, 2012 9:11:38 PM

  6. When I was a kid, I remember a big battle over stores and greeting card companies using the phrase: "MERRY XMAS". Christians organized a campaign to "put Christ back in Christmas." And so it goes!

    Posted by: andrew | Dec 4, 2012 10:15:25 PM

  7. @Andrew - It's even more funny that for the longest time naming God or Jesus was blasphemy. Now burnt toast or an oddly shaped Cheeto can be some divine image.

    O'Reilly's "philosophy" also rejects debate or discussion of provable fact like how tides and physics work. So much for that idea.

    While us non-Christians don't need to be directly changing whatever religious beliefs people have (as long as they doesn't affect others), the rest is marketing, non-religious, and pre-Christian folklore. To think that gradual spread and change in how people participate is some kind of war is ridiculous.

    Posted by: kerwot | Dec 4, 2012 11:35:03 PM

  8. Actually, those who've tried to ban even the word "Christmas" from public use are probably the same uptight bitter douchebags who banned "Indian red" from Crayola crayon boxes. Afterwards they found out....but it was too late..! In this case, I'm glad Fox News ran this campaign that DID make these people retreat, and now they try to claim..."Uh..we... never meant a war on Christmas..grumble..grumble.."

    Posted by: Yupp | Dec 5, 2012 12:04:56 AM

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