posted on 01/08/2012 2:09:08 PM PST
Iran is becoming more and more like the U.S. everyday. Christmas displays in this country upset the pro-Big Government “media” here also.
posted on 01/08/2012 2:12:02 PM PST
(Stop BIG Government Greed!!!!!)
posted on 01/08/2012 2:18:01 PM PST
(K.E. N.P. +12 ..... Crucifixion is coming)
Unarmed resistance is alive in Iran. They need a Lech Walesa, maybe one will appear? Who knows, maybe, we to will be lucky and find one here.
posted on 01/08/2012 2:30:29 PM PST
( WHO YOU ELECT IS NOT AS IMPORTANT AS WHO THEY APPOINT!)
posted on 01/08/2012 2:35:47 PM PST
(This is not a statement of fact. It is either opinion or satire; or both)
I do so love how Western culture and especially USA culture is the dominant culture in the world that everyone wants to duplicate.
You will see NY Yankee baseball caps everywhere from China to Africa. You will hear western rock & roll music everywhere. You will see kids playing western video games everywhere.
That, plus Christmas trees in shopping malls, must just drive the Islamic extremists absolutely nuts.
posted on 01/08/2012 3:00:58 PM PST
(D.Rather "Hoist with his own petard!" www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1223916/posts)
"One of the main symbols of Christianity, the majority religion of the world, is Christmas which is known by a colorfully decorated tree
The "Nimrod" Tree
posted on 01/08/2012 3:22:27 PM PST
(It is necessary that a person be born of a father who is a citizen; ~Vattel's Law of Nations)
“One of the main symbols of Christianity, the majority religion of the world, is Christmas which is known by a colorfully decorated tree. What’s the point of putting a Christmas tree in every well-known shopping center in a country where Islam is in the majority?”
It is a secret! If I told you then you would have to kill me!
Ironic that they’ve chosen to pick on, of all things, Christmas trees: the origin of which has nothing to do with Christianity, but is a translation into Christian cultures of a pre-Christian pagan tradition.
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