U.S. Post Office Celebrates Kwanzaa and Hanukkah… but NOT Christmas

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November 22, 2013 5:57pm PST

A new print ad for the U.S. Post office reminding customers about its wonderful new holiday stamps seems to be missing the “Christmas” part of the holidays. The ad features a Hanukkah menorah stamp, a Kwanzaa stamp and that wonderful standby Christian stamp… the gingerbread house. Yes, the Post Office just excluded Christmas in its ad.

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The advertisement is a mailer sent to American’s homes to remind them of the holiday stamps offered by the U.S. Post Office.


U.S.Post Office “holiday stamp” flier.

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As is clearly seen, the Jewish holiday of Hanukkah is celebrated by a stamp. So is the fake African American “holiday,” Kwanzaa. But instead of Christmas being celebrated, we get a gingerbread house. Where is Christmas?

As the wags at Twitchy noted, “One of these USPS holiday stamps is not like the others.”

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Of course, it is true that the Post Office has regular, Christian-themed Christmas stamps that are for sale at every Post Office counter. But why did the PO feel it necessary to exclude Christmas from its “holiday stamp” flier?

Political correctness rearing its ugly head?

I think so.

Now, let me get specific on what I said above about Kwanzaa being a “fake” holiday.

This faux holiday was created by an anti-American, racist who is guilty of the rape and torture of his own followers. He is a faux “scholar” who does not deserve the respect of having his fake holiday observed.

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If you want the whole sick story of this cretin, see my earlier piece, “The Kwanzaa Con: A Fake Holiday Created by a Rapist and Torturer.” I’ll probably post it here to MrConservative later in the year as we near Christmas.

So, what do you think about the U.S. Post Office and it’s anti-Christmas flier? Tell us in the comments.

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