Shouldn’t environmentalists hate Christmas?

December 10th, 2005

I’ve been wondering lately why you never hear environmentalists curse Christmas.

Shouldn’t people who are famous for hugging trees hate a holiday that’s famous for cutting them down?

And a couple hundred million twinkling Christmas lights must be warming the globe almost as much as they warm our hearts.

Plus, cialis malady the environmental impact of possible drilling at ANWR can’t hold a Christmas candle to the mess Santa must be creating at the North Pole.

Reindeer slavery?

An industrial toy-making facility above the arctic circle?

A Santa sleigh guidance system with an unregisted nuclear-powered nose?

How long will it be before the Sierra Club begins dreaming of a green Christmas?

Entry Filed under: Observations

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  • 1. Melinda Caughill  |  December 15th, 2005 at 11:48 am

    As an self-proclaimed environmentalist, I see the truth in this. But- my heart just finds this laugh out loud funny.

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