The way he’s acting these days, I expect Obama to install a giant crucifix on the White House roof, instead of those solar panels that he promised a while ago. They seem to think that the 2012 presidential election is a contest over who loves Jesus the most. Heck, I’m from Austria, and even I know that’s not the American way.
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Krampus is organizing an Occupy North Pole protest, saying, “The days in which Big Santa can just creep down people’s chimneys in the middle of the night without being noticed. The man in the red suit paid no taxes at all last year, and appears to have given substantial gifts, year after year, to each and every member of Congress, as well as the President.”
Krampus proposed an Earned Havoc Tax Credit, which would provide $1,000 to every American family that enlists in the Smash And Burn Corps. In order for a family to be members in good standing of the SBC, they would have to destroy one substantial piece of property (such as a car, house, yacht, or storefront) every month.
Krampus has announced his candidacy to become President of the United States in 2012.
As a trickster, Krampus exists outside of simple divisions between good and evil. Krampus isn’t a goodie goodie like Santa Claus, but that doesn’t mean he’s evil.
Until you catch sight of Krampus and his Obama campaign sign, you can help him in his work of promoting the 2012 Obama campaign from an unusuahttp://www.cafepress.com/irregulargoods.497291473l angle. Start by placing a Krampus for Obama lapel sticker on your Krampus for Obama t-shirt.
Which real meaning of Christmas is Carroll Trosclair talking about? The one in which Christmas is about telling the difference between a toddler’s shoe size and a children’s shoe size while slaying zombies while playing Resident Evil?
Toll, the ancient Yuletide Carroll. Toll.
An historical primer on Krampus, the spirit of Yule Misrule, and some Krampus goodies.