Saturday, December 17, 2005

You know how right wingers like to call stores saying, 'Happy Holidays' instead of 'Merry Christmas,' a "war on Christmas?" Well, here is my definition of a war on Christmas.


When people protesting the commercialization of Christmas all dress up as Santa Claus and run around and beat up security guards, pee on cars and steal beer.

WELLINGTON, New Zealand - A group of 40 people dressed in Santa Claus costumes, many of them drunk, rampaged through New Zealand’s largest city, robbing stores and assaulting security guards, police said Sunday.

The rampage, dubbed “Santarchy” by local newspapers, began early Saturday afternoon when the men, wearing ill-fitting Santa costumes, threw beer bottles and urinated on cars from an Auckland overpass, said Auckland Central Police spokeswoman Noreen Hegarty.

She said the men then rushed through a central city park, overturning garbage containers, throwing bottles at passing cars and spraying graffiti on buildings....

The remaining Santas entered a downtown convenience store and carried off beer and soft drinks.

“They came in, said ’Merry Christmas’ and then helped themselves,” store owner Changa Manakynda said.

Alex Dyer, a spokesman for the group, said Santarchy was a worldwide movement designed to protest the commercialization of Christmas.

The right wingers should be happy, because these Santas were telling people 'Merry Christmas,' instead of 'Happy Holidays' as they stole their beer.

Ho, Ho, (hiccup).

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