That’s Right Nate

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Economic Downturn Hits Families Hard

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The sad thing about the Obama recession is the way that its hurting ordinary families.   Nowhere is this clearer than with the groups who help us raise our kids and protect them from liberal, homosexual, and secular humanist agendas. They have done great work making gay people straight, prohibiting gambling, and getting rid of the myth of evolution in American schools.

James Dobson’s Focus of the Family group announced Monday that it would be cutting 202 jobs this holiday season and outsourcing another 46.  The group which just spent $500,000  on the Proposition 8 battle in California has been protecting American families for 32 years.

It isn’t too late to help another family group.  The American Family Association who has most of the same family focused pro-heterosexual (as opposed to anti-gay) pro family friendly media views as Focus on the Family is selling the greatest holiday decorations on their e-store.

The illuminated decorations look like crosses lit on fire and I think will look great on anybody’s porch or lawn showing your faith for all to see.  I’ve already purchased one for the black family that lives down the street from me.  Things got a bit strained between us during the election and I want them to know there are no hard feelings.  I can just imagine the look on their faces to when they come home from church on Christmas Eve night to see this symbol of God’s love illuminating their lawn where their Obama sign used to be.

The decorations can be ordered at the American Family Association website , but it would probably be a good idea to get those orders in as soon as you can.  Let’s do something for families this Christmas.

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  1. That’s great Nate! But you did receive the wish list the Steve family sent you yesterday, didn’t you?

    That’s Great Nate. I just thought of how that sounds. You know what you should do? Put out a Christmas list, like Oprah’s favorite things, but for Christian heterosexual Republican American families.

    I think it would help all your readers. Don’t you agree Lola, Gina, beccyjoe, shannon and other fans of Nate. I know Christmas shopping can be hard on you little ladies.

    steve

    November 19, 2008 at 7:12 am

  2. You’re a riot, Nate. This post is still making me laugh out loud. It’s one of your best, in my humble opinion.
    I agree, Steve, Nate should have a Christmas list. I was expecting to give him his present personally when he arrived in Brazil, but he seems to be adapting well to the Obama Recession.
    Just wanted to let you know that I closed my poll yesterday. You know: the one where I asked my readers to vote on Proposition 8. 161 people voted, and the result was: 15% said YES, that “marriage is only recognized or valid if it’s between a man and a woman”, and 85% said NO. Brazilians seem to be more liberal than Californians. Or at least my readers do. Do you think they were confused by the question?
    I’ve been thinking about this lately: Nate, why don’t you have polls here in your blog as well?

    Lola

    November 19, 2008 at 8:26 am

  3. Because polls reflect a diversity of possible positions on a given issue. Nate only sees one possible position per issue. His.

    steve

    November 19, 2008 at 9:03 am

  4. Well, I understand that, Steve. But since he would be the one formulating questions for the polls, that could easily be corrected. For instance, he could have a Proposition 8 poll right here with two options, Yes and Yes.

    Lola

    November 19, 2008 at 11:37 am

  5. I have had a couple of polls on here. One was what state would put McCain over 270 electoral votes and another one was for a Presidential debate.

    thatsrightnate

    November 19, 2008 at 5:43 pm

  6. OMG! I’d laugh if it wasn’t so horrifying. I couldn’t believe it could possibly be for real – 5.5 feet high! Good lord! I’m speechless – reduced to repeating exclamation marks!!!!!!! Let your light shine, people, let your light shine.

    Shannon

    November 22, 2008 at 7:56 pm

  7. what a great suggestion, steve: a nate’s favorite things Christmas list would be awesome! thx to the afa website nate above, i’ll be passing out “It’s OK to Say MERRY CHRISTMAS!” (aka the plan they can’t ban) buttons at the thanksgiving table. i’m probably also going to order ben stein’s “EXPELLED: No Intelligence Allowed” anti-evolution dvd for the intellectuals on my list. a list of “favorites” would really be a big help, or even just some more sites with similarly gifty merchandise that i could be proud to put under the tree. i’m sure i’m not the only one that would be grateful for a little shopping guidance – how about it, nate? (the cross is beautiful, but some of my gift-ees live in apts or condos; it’s probably a bit much for indoor display.)

    gina

    November 23, 2008 at 9:46 am

  8. OK–ask and you shall receive!!

    thatsrightnate

    November 23, 2008 at 10:35 am

  9. […] The American Family Association Burning Cross – I mentioned this one a few days back, but you can’t beat the message of God’s love for all as captured by the timeless […]


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