Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Historic: White House Festivus Tree Celebrates Mao Tse-Tung, Transvestites and Obama-centric Upgrades to Mt. Rushmore

Mistletoe, eggnog and a mass-murdering dictator: it's another historic milestone at the first White House non-denominational Festivus celebration. Big Government -- hat tip to Gateway Pundit -- captured snapshots of several, ehm, interesting ornaments on the White House Solstice Tree.

Biff Spackle disguised himself as a Wiccan to gain entry, Salahi-style, to the White House. He observed that the ornaments paid homage not only to Mao -- whom the New York Times reported had exterminated 30 million souls -- but also transvestites and other role models.

A modified Mount Rushmore also appears among the ornaments, which adds the current president's visage.

I'm disappointed that the ornaments' artists did not adopt my proposed model for a revamped Rushmore.

Chalk up another set of historic firsts for this administration.

I can't wait to see what comes next.

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