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Wednesday, 4 December 2013

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Bret Baier today grimly announced on FOX News that his network, aligned with the Christian Coalition, will launch a winter offensive in the third week of December in the ongoing War Against Christmas.

Said Lt. General "Shep" Smith, who was being interviewed by Baier, "We are going to begin our campaign in Madison, Wisconsin, the headquarters of our enemy, the Freedom From Religion Foundation. Although I can't completely reveal our strategy at this point, it involves selectively saturation bombing the Madison area, with plastic Baby Jesus trinkets funded by the Christian Coalition and manufactured in Bangladesh."

Three-star General Sarah Palin, who quit her job as a FOX commentator to take command of the western forces, explained, "The rabid secularism of the Left wants to take baby Jesus out of the crib and put him in the abortion mills of Planned Parenthood. We want to put the Lord back in the manger with the donkeys and the Wiseman, to be with his heterosexual, god-fearing parents, as God intended. But we don't want Him to be a part of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. Jesus doesn't like handouts."

Glenn Back, who was interviewed by Megan Kelly while attending the FOX News annual "Holiday Celebration," sputtered, with tears running down his cheeks: "I'm telling you now, folks, in all seriousness, that the War on Christmas is only the beginning. Soon the this leftist-inspired hate campaign will extend to all the holidays--Easter, Sweetest Day, President's Day, Boss's Day, and all the other revered holy days that we in the West have built our traditions around." Beck dabbed his eyes with a handkerchief and blubbered: "Don't let them take away this last vestige of our Judeo-Christian heritage! Kill them! Kill them! Kill them all!"

When Bret Baier asked Christian Coalition founder and one-time presidential candidate Pat Robertson what he thought of the War on Christmas, the old man looked directly at Baier and drooled all over himself.

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