Saturday, December 06, 2008

Josh Groban: He might be a liberal, but he's not afraid of Christmas. That's more than we can say for the Christian-haters at Costco.

Beautiful Christmas CD. Recommended! Buy it at Sam's Club. And remember, at Costco, the head bigot in charge is James Sinegal, who is a Democrat operative. This year he is trying to prove that he can hate Christians and still get their cash. Sinegal not only bans Christmas at Costco, he bans Christians. Did you know you can't wear any Christian symbols, nor can you expect to be promoted at Costco if you are a Christian? Sinegal is pictured at left.

Now for a funny Christmas picture go here to an old issue of Chas' Compilation.


Anonymous Carl Williams said...

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6:07 PM  
Blogger Walker said...

Well Carl, just like James Sinegal, I don't care what some people, in this case YOU, think. But unlike James Sinegal, I'm not trying to take their money.

7:47 PM  
Blogger Pamela said...

I shopped at Costco last year and there was all sorts of Christmas stuff for sale.

Are they not even selling it this year???

9:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thats what Walker wants you to believe.

9:55 AM  
Blogger Walker said...


Actually Costco has never sold Christmas stuff. In fact, the CEO is a Democrat activist who, this year in particular, has vowed that Costco will never use the word "Christmas" in advertising. (There are a few scattered example of products with the word 'christmas' as part of the product name. In these cases, I suppose, CEO Sinegal can either not carry the products or just suck it up and tolerate their name.)

You know, Pam, when you surrender your right to have the very name of your Holy Day uttered in public, it is the first step to outlawing the Holy Day itself.

I hope you will join me in boycotting Costco. Please do not shop Costco. They do not sell anything to do with Christmas. In fact, they refuse to. Indeed, people who call themselves Christians are not hired at Costco.

11:41 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh Walker you make me laugh. You are so full of it. There are many executives at Costco who are Christian. I know this for a fact. Just because the CEO is not a Christian himself does not mean he has anything against Christians.

7:38 AM  
Blogger Walker said...

Refusing to even use the word Christmas, is de facto evidence of anti-Christian bias. What could be more bigoted that refusing even to SAY a word associated with a religion?

Imagine for a moment I refused to use the word Hanukkah? Imagine I refused to use the word in conversation or print. Would you think I am a bigot?

I think you would. And so is James Sinegal. He is an anti-Christian bigot and so is Costco.

10:30 AM  

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