A Fun Christmas Project For You

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Want to have some fun this CHRISTmas?
Here’s a project that’ll cost you only 44 cents. 
Send the ACLU a CHRISTmas card this year!
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is the one suing the U.S. Government to take God, Christmas or anything religious away from us. They represent the atheists and others in our civilization war.
As they are working so very hard to get rid of the CHRISTmas part of this holiday, we should all send them a nice card to brighten up their dark sad Godless little world.  Make sure it says “Merry Christmas” on your card.  And if your card has the image of Mary and the baby Jesus, better still!  
Here’s the address. Just don’t be rude or crude; instead, spread the Light of Christ. Be Joyous!  

Susan Herman

Susan N. Herman, President

ACLU 
125 Broad Street , 18th Floor 
New York , NY 10004

 

Two tons of Christmas cards would freeze their operations because they wouldn’t know if any were regular mail containing contributions.
So spend 44 cents and tell the ACLU to leave CHRISTmas alone. Also tell them that there is no such thing as a ” Holiday Tree.”  It’s always been called a CHRISTMAS TREE! 
Pass this on to your e-mail list.
Help put Christ back in CHRISTmas!
~Eowyn & Joan

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0 responses to “A Fun Christmas Project For You

  1. Joseph E Fasciani

    I love it! It’s quite perfect, and already sent to my top posters to get moving.

     
  2. I LOVE it—this is perfect. Yesterday, I realized that last year I purchased twice at Barnes & Noble’s Christmas card sale, and Ihave four boxes instead of the needed two. I now have perfect use for them–was going to share them with our kids. Now the ACLU will receive two boxes worth of cards from me. Oh, and all my cars have a religious theme. No “Happy Holidays” for this family.

     
  3. FABULOUS IDEA1 ilove it! I’m there- let’s make this viral!!!!!

     
  4. Hehe this is good…will add them to my list as well!

     
  5. great idea….actually before it was a christmas tree it was called a tannenbaum the germans where the first to have a decorated tree….
    and this happened to me a while back the sign of a local tavern fell due to high winds and landed on my pick up truck causing a huge dent… the insurance companies deemed that it was an act of god…

     

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