December 20, 2007

The dreaded "War on Christmas" has obviously influenced the Bush White House. First, Bush wished the press corps a "happy holidays" at the end of his press conference.

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Today, Condi Rice did the same thing.

At the end of her press conference this morning, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice teamed up with “secular progressives” in the War on Christmas, cheerily wishing reporters a “Happy Holidays everybody!”

It's so bad, even the White House holiday card avoids use of the word, "Christmas."

For at least the third year running, President George W. Bush and First Lady Laura Bush have joined the “War on Christmas.”

The 2007 White House holiday card is just out. Yep, that’s right. It’s a holiday card. Once again, the annual December greeting fails to contain the word “Christmas” and features no Christian symbolism.

What will O'Reilly think?

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