This year Pike County students poured their hearts and wishes out to Santa Claus in more than 500 letters in our special Letters to Santa section. Many expressed thanks for gifts they received last year and asked for presents for brothers, sisters, parents, grandparents and other relatives.
sheila, this poster is obviously a liberal. you see a liberal, when faced with a superior intellect will choose to attempt to quiet that intellect rather than learn from it.
this one is particularly dim witted. so when faced with such a gulf of intelligence to cross, the liberal strikes out in anger and hopes beyond hope that they can simply get intelligent people to stop saying anything. this way they don't have to even be aware of their own ignorance.
strangely, the same dimwit will continue to read everything you and i post with such fascination that it is almost an addiction. they have to read every single word and cannot keep themselves from doing it. the odd affect of this is that over time they slowly learn without even realizing they have been educated.
so, keep posting. keep educating the liberal masses and one day, slowly, the world will be a better place.
Slowly the World will be a better place when Trolley and FBT Fade away
12/23/11 at 02:12 PM
Might need to put the polecat in quarentine for 30 days. Where does he come up with some of his stuff? Chopping down the tree, putting up the tree, putting a wreath of eternity on the door and candy canes represent the shepards? They did not have Wal-Marts, Christmas trees, wreaths and candy canes when Jesus was born. Huh, must be in the New New Testament.
SANTA TOLD THE EASTER BUNNY, "I'LL BELIEVE IN YOU IF YOU WILL BELIEVE IN ME."