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Monday, December 13, 2010

'Tis the season to give.

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It's too late to put this fine gift next to the Hanukkah Minorah because the seasonal holiday has passed, but, it's not to late to order an Obama Chia Pet for your children to open. Package it, slide it next to the Kwanzaa Kinara (African version of the minorah) as your gift to the kids on the first day of your Kwanzaa festivities.


Maulana Karenga** created Kwanzaa in 1966 as an alternative to Christmas. He said that Jesus was psychotic, and that Christianity was a white religion that black people should shun. (Source: Karenga, Maulana (1967). "Religion". In Clyde Halisi, James Mtume. The quotable Karenga. Los Angeles: University of Sankore Press. pp. 25.) 


**Maulana Ron Karenga (born Ronald McKinley Everett) was a professor of Black Studies at California State University, Long Beach. He is prominently featured in the 2008 Kwanzaa documentary, The Black Candle, directed by M.K. Asante, Jr. and narrated by Maya Angelou

11 comments:

  1. I thought you were kidding. I should have known better!

    It is green and renewable, so I'm sure the democrats will love it.

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  2. All I can see is a year of unrelenting grief were I give that gift to family liberals. It would be fun to see their expression though.... Cost/Benefit Analysis time.

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  3. I wouldn't buy that chia if it was l cent!
    That kwanza holiday is for mental cases.
    I never knew the founder insulted Jesus so much. No wonder I never liked that crap holiday. I thought it was another way for the mooches to cash in.

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  4. LA - I would think that the family liberals would take it as a green gift they can treasure throughout the years. How better to celebrate Kwanzaa?

    AB - The founder just came up with the idea for a holiday to rival Christmas so black people could celebrate not being white.

    INN - Everyday can be springtime when you have a chiapet and extra chia seeds. I see it as a symbol of hope and change.

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  5. Slamdunk - it's the gift for the person who thinks that they have everything.

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  6. I think LL wants to give bad memories to liberals.

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  7. LL, Happy Kwanzaa to you and yours my friend.

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  9. Gross. This won't make my Santa List.

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