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Merry Christmas Bitches! – One Million Moms Irrate Over Urban Outfitters Christmas Catalog

One Million Moms which is really like six white shrews sitting around a coffee table is once again attacking Urban Outfitters because its holiday catalog includes items products like its a “Merry Christmas, Bitches” coffee mug and a “Let’s Fucking Reminisce” scrapbook.

Even Bryan J. Fischer’s  American Family Association and Tony Perkin’s  Family Research Council is getting involved saying: “It is especially ironic that at a time of year when reverence for the birth of God’s Son should animate renewed humility and civility that a major retailer would, instead, cheapen itself and its customers through the use of barnyard epithets.”

“This really isn’t anything new for them,” said Monica Cole, director of the American Family Association’s One Million Moms division. “Their catalog has offensive profanities on products and little knickknacks, T-shirts — you name it. And so many teenagers shop there.” Cole said the company “consistently” uses profane language in its merchandise and has been on AFA’s watch list for at least three years. AFA contacted Urban Outfitters several months ago for inappropriate pictures in its catalog and last year for graphic content on its apparel, she said. “They use it consistently,” she said. “We’re asking them to clean up their website and catalog. They are offensive.”

Would it be OK if the T-shirts said “Happy Holidays, Bitches”?

The funniest thing about this is that Urban Outfitters owner is still a big old anti-gay right wing Santorum supporter.

ProtectMarriage.Com’s Attorney Charles Cooper Lies At Prop 8 Trial

ProtectMarriage.com’s attorney Charles Cooper blantantly lied yesterday and misquoted statistics during the first day of the Perry v. Schwarzenegger trail. (aka The Prop 8 Trial)

Cooper yesterday argue how legalizing same-sex marriage would lead to fewer marriages?  (Actually wouldn’t it lead to MORE marriages?)  And according to Nate Silver the data actually shows a clear trend that states that have not passed a state constitutional ban on gay marriage actually are the states that have a decline in divorce rates  These states saw their divorce rates decrease by an average of 8 percent between 2003 and 2008. States which had passed a same-sex marriage ban as of January 1, 2008, however, saw their divorce rates rise by about 1 percent over the same period.  Amd lets not forget Massachusettes where divorce levels have dropped to below WWII levels since they legalized gay marriage.

Now none of this actually is to say that gay marriage bans create divorce, but it’s worth pointing out just for the simple fact that Charles Cooper is blatantly lying and submitting false information to the court as evidence.