Why would anyone put up 58 Christmas trees in the White House, and then…go to Hawaii and not even look at them? Is this a record for Christmas trees in the White House? And is that the biggest gingerbread house ever made?
While the country is about to be forced into a major depression, Obama and Mochelle seem to think nothing of spending another $4 billion on a three-week vacation (at our expense) in Hawaii…and that’s not counting the REAL cost. So…tell me—Why do they need 54 Christmas trees at the White House? Oh wait, they are called “Holiday” trees…right.
Oh..and just to make us all feel good about the fact that they ACT LIKE KINGS! They have announced that this year’s theme is JOY TO US! I mean…’Joy to All’
This year's theme is Joy to All.
(Translation: Have fun now folks, because in a few months, the joy will be gone.)
It celebrates the many joys of the holiday seasons, the joy of giving and service to others, the joy of sharing our blessings with one another and of course, the joy of welcoming our friends and families as guests into our homes over these next several weeks.
(“Service to others? Gee…how about doing us all a big service and don’t tax us to death. Nobody’s sure, as soon as you get back from Hawaii, those 58 “holiday” trees will be chump change compared to the elaborate parties you are going to throw for your second inauguration. You want us to hate the rich? Well, you’re helping that theme right along.)
We've also continued the tradition of decorating trees throughout the House. We have 54 trees in the White House. 54! That's a lot of trees.
(Wow..Michelle…can count. Who knew? Let’s all send copies of our household expenses to Michelle….and ask her to count it all up. Maybe she can learn how to balance a budget, now that she can actually count. )
We have found some wonderful ways to pay tribute to your service and sacrifice as an important part of ourholiday decorating
efforts here at the White House. And it starts, as you all have seen, the minute visitors walk through the White House for their tours, the first thing they see, the very first tree they see, honors our men and women inuniform
for the extraordinary sacrifice they and their families have made. And thanks to several of you here today, I know that this tree is now decorated with special gold star ornaments bearing the names of some of America's greatest heroes, those who gave their lives for our country.
(Service and sacrifice–translation: You WILL sacrifice everything, because we are going to take it from you. )
We are also honoring our military families with some very special decorations on the official White HouseChristmas tree
that's in the Blue Room. That's the biggest tree in the house. It's huge, stands close to 19 feet tall, it is one of my favorite trees. This very special "Joining Forces" tree is covered with hand-decorated ornaments made by military children living in U.S. bases around the world.
(Oh…give the BIG tree to the vets because THEY didn’t get to vote. How generous of you. Many of the ones losing their jobs and benefits can now go and see their “joining forces” tree and feel better. Good thing you won’t be there.–smart. )
And of course, keeping with past holiday traditions, we have our annual White House Gingerbread House. Yeah, have you guys seen that yet? A White House holiday staple since the 1960s, this year's house weighs nearly 300 pounds so it's a pretty big house, and its walls are made to resemble granite, so he did some kind of technique to make it look like real granite. And it even includes chandeliers that light up. It glows.
(Come on Michelle,…put 58 Christmas trees in that GINGERBREAD House, and really make it glow. Wait…those are “holiday trees.” A gingerbread house that looks like concrete? Wow–very fitting. I would like to shake the hand of the artist.)
So..if you are wondering why anyone who had the privileged of spending Christmas at the White House with 58 beautiful trees..why in the world, would they want to leave?
Because.—-.as Obama once so very gallantly said: You can put red lipstick on a pig…but it’s…still a pig.
Do you honestly think a Muslim wants to spend Christmas anywhere?