Talk Radio: The Lords Of Loud
I know it's a little late in the year for a Christmas list, but I have a
problem this holiday season. It's not about the gift purchasing hassle,
which I really don't understand as all that difficult, though my wife
does, as she does all the shopping.
It's not about seeing relatives who you can't stand. I actually like all
mine, though thankful that they live very far away. You know, for the
frequent flyer miles.
And it's not even about the last election. I'm pretty sure the country
will continue to exist, though I'm not so sure about the ones we've
The problem this year, Santa, and one that I hope you can explain to me,
is this whole thing about Christmas not being allowed to be celebrated as
Christmas. Or so it seems if you listen to talk radio.
It's almost as if they need something, anything, to replace the void left behind
by the Swift-Boat Veterans. You can tell when the Lords of Loud are
running out of targets and scapegoats. They just go out to the barn and
drag in the dead horse for apropos beating. This past week Sean found
need to drill the creaking Sam Donaldson over the dearth of reporters who
had the guts to ask Kerry why he wouldn't turn in those guys who
committed Viet Nam era atrocities, 30 years ago. And when finished with
Kerry, Clinton (any Clinton), gets hauled in next.
Clear Channel must be thanking God for Christmas secularism.
Do you have talk radio at the North Pole? Well, if you do, you know that
the air waves have been full of consternation as to how those
idol-worshippers on the left are doing whatever they can to take
Christmas out of Christmas. Bill's been talking about it all week.
Same with Sean, who must have been a really good boy 'cause I hear tell
that you, with a little help from the boys at Disney, brought him a new
$25 million contract. To celebrate, Sean brought on special guests like
Newt Gingrich, Dick Morris, Ann Coulter and Oliver North. He was even
able to book the rich satire of the charming Mark Levin.
I listen to enough talk radio to know that if anything traditional and/or
America is placed in danger, the culprit most likely is the American
Civil Liberties Union. Bill believes that the ACLU is the most evil
organization to come down the pike. Or is that MoveOn? Maybe it was
France? Well, I know he's got 'em in the top three.
Supposedly, just about every metropolitan city council, board of
education and Democrat this side of NPR has worked overtime to keep
Christmas out of America's collective psyche. And while I keep hearing
that the ACLU and those loony liberal judges up in Northern California,
toil 24/7 to ruin everything for the majority, the whole "Holiday" in
place of "Christmas" has got me a bit baffled.
Tell me please, Mr. Claus: Where the hell is this happening? And just
how many attacks on Christmas are actually taking place? I do know that
if Christmas had even the loosest connection to Al Quaeda, we could
probably start our search with the Spirit of Rumsfeld Past.
As far as I can tell, the Lords of Loud keep repeating the same
anti-Christmas, pro-secular stories over and over.
"This just in to Fox News. Christmas Is Under Attack! (dramatic chord)
Hear Brit, Bill and Sean from the front lines of the battle to rip Christ
from the hearts of every Christian. Our imbedded reporters are hot on the story!"
"I'm here in Denver where a Christmas float was not allowed in a parade.
Back to you, Brit."
"Brit, I'm ducking anti-Christian mortar attacks here in New York where
you can just feel the cultural genocide building as Mayor Jew Bloomberg
referred to the city's Christmas Tree in Rockefeller Center as a 'holiday
tree.' As a result, churches are falling left and right. The blood of
nuns and priests is on your hands, Mr Bloomberg!"
And there's more. Did I mention the Denver float problem? Thank God, if I
can still say that, for the ecumenical Mecca embodied in Republican
Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, who called the California Douglas Fir
outside his Sacramento office, a CHRISTMAS tree, and will do so as long as
he is in office. Yes, you can rest easy, Jesus. There is an Arnold.
The secularist lions of political correctness continue to stalk their
Christian prey and there is no doubt that once they finish ravaging the
body of Christ, they will come after the rest of the God-fearing folk.
Lest you believe that it is just a craving for Christian blood, don't be
surprised if soon O'Reilly reveals the stories of "Holiday" menorahs and
Muslim floats disallowed in Gay Pride parades. I tellya, folks, this is
just the start, okay?
"Brit, I'm here on the streets of Brooklyn and if I was not here to
witness this myself, I would think that this was just some anecdotal
story spun by some dogmatic news network. I'm watching heartbroken Jewish
children no longer allowed to spin their dreidels. Instead they are forced
to rotate what Mayor Bloomberg is calling a 'top with Jewish letters
around it.' Call this an inconsequential story if you want, but if memory
serves, isn't that what Chamberlain called Hitler? Brit."
Seasons Greetings. Happy Holidays. No big deals? Humbug! These are but
progressive attempts to take God out of Christmas and Christmas
shopping. And these stories are popping up all around America. In New
York. In Denver. In a city in California. And what about Denver? One day
Xmas, the next Xster. How soon before XWednesday? As O'Reilly warns us,
we could one day become XCanada.
Scoff if you want. The Lords of Loud have warned us. We are at orange on
the Killing God alert. So Santa, this is the one gift I ask for. Please
don't let us become Canada. The exchange rate is a killer.
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December 8, 2004 (http://www.albionmonitor.com)
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