American Family Association Not Satisfied with Staples’ 22,100 References to Christmas
As winter approaches, the American Family Association is beating its “war on Christmas” drums again. At the webpage afa.net/christmaslist, the AFA has declared the chain store Staples to be a “naughty” enemy of Christmas, a label it reserves for companies that “use ‘Christmas’ sparingly in a single or unique product description.”
Number of web pages at Staples.com that use the word “Christmas”: 22,100
War on Christmas Text by Satanic Staples: “Christmas decorations that are professional in appearance can bring the holidays into an office or business.”
Christmas-hating special pages drawn up by the Jesus Killers of the Staples website: Christmas Stationery, Merry Christmas Cards, Christmas Labels, Artificial Christmas Trees, Fresh-Cut Christmas Baskets.
Yes, yes, yes. But they didn’t have Merry Christmas Printer Ink — that does it! Someone get me some holy water! This company is downright demonic. Thank you, American Family Association! Soldier on in the face of this shocking onslaught against Christmas.