December 22, 2009

Awry in a manger

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A paradigm shift — a new way of seeing America, which is really an old way: It's the way our Founders viewed America, and it incorporates a good ol'-fashioned Christmas proclamation of Christ's birth. That America is the one I outline in the new (January 2010) paperback expansion of my New York Times best-seller "Black Belt Patriotism" ...
I was convinced long ago that the irreligious have more respect for religion and its various trappings than do the religious. Somebody has to sin, I suppose, so it might just as well be Chuck Norris.

4 comments:

Clutch said...

Any guesses as to how many references there are in the book to the un-Christian commercialism of Christmas nowadays?

lol@posttitle, btw

illusory tenant said...

I wish I could take credit for it.

John Foust said...

Google won't search for Chuck Norris because it knows you don't find Chuck Norris, he finds you.

illusory tenant said...

Much like the FDL author's comment, "Chuck Norris doesn’t actually write books, the words assemble themselves out of fear."