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  1. davidnangle says

    I can’t tell if that’s a lone voice of protest within the enemy camp, raging against the machine, or the first step in a corporate Lunzian strategy of robbing the word “treason” of negative connotations.

  2. Sean Boyd says

    That’s going to confuse the hell out of their viewers, who, seeing a cross superimposed upon a Xmas tree, will now think Jeezus was crucified upon the tree instead, hands and feet punctured by those little plastic icicles, with a star on his head instead of a crown of thorns. I don’t know how exactly ornaments fit into the picture. Probably some liberal plot to discredit Xtianity or something.

  3. Sean Boyd says

    Ugh. I just saw it as ‘treason for the season’, despite above comments explicitly pointing that out. Imagination fail.

  4. weylguy says

    Naw, it’s gotta be The Cross of Salvation©. Otherwise there’d be a picture of Obama or Clinton in there somewhere.

  5. slithey tove (twas brillig (stevem)) says

    don’t you just lerv how clueless they are. Smashing that cross in front of a common seasonal phrase , resulting in a slap in their voicebox’s face. We know “45” is little more than their shill with national authority, holding nightly chit-chat’s with his loverly fanboy Sean, the talking face I call Shammity.
    I’m sure only we, the 45haters, will see it, too subtle for the Fux Cult to see. Their eyes halt with the cross, and have to reboot to see rest [reason for season].
    sigh

  6. wzrd1 says

    @2, interesting timing for the subliminal message from Fox. Since the Russian media has been savaging Trump for the past two days.

  7. Ed Seedhouse says

    But it would be nice if we actually had “reason for the season”. And for the rest of the year…

  8. Morgan!? ♥ ʕ•ᴥ•ʔ says

    Treason for the season…. How observant of Faux. You don’t suppose they are simply being ironic, eh?

  9. cjcolucci says

    I’m reminded of my old college roommate who went to Japan in the late 1960’s and saw on sale crucified Santa Clauses. At least as furriners and non-Christians, they had an excuse for their cultural confusion.

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