Fox News starts bitching about White House website misspelling "Santa Clause" in 5..4..3... whitehouse.gov/the-press-offi…—
(@WIIIAI) December 07, 2012
How dare anyone notice that the Obama administration seems to have a bit of trouble with spelling! Math is hard, and so is spelling. That’s right; The White House misspelled Santa Claus. A screenshot, from WhiteHouse.gov:
There’s one explanation! And here is another.
It’s funny, because it is totally possible.
Sadly, the White House is not alone, as a quick search of “Santa Clause” indicates. Public education at work? Since schools are banning Christmas, are they also banning the proper spelling of Santa Claus?
Come check out our Christmas window art by Rodney. Frank and Furter grilling dogs on an open fire and Santa Clause greeting the customers.—
Virginia Coney (@VirginiaConey) December 10, 2012
Sleeping with my new santa clause pillow pet ✌xo—
AlessandraCastronovo (@AlessandrasFans) December 10, 2012
Santa Clause is coming to town :D:D—
δusaŊ☀ (@gloria_susan) December 10, 2012
I've never believed in Santa Clause—
Lil Bobby™ (@DeeWhitney1) December 10, 2012
Well, neither do most people. But do you believe in Santa Claus?
8pm tonight! I MUST watch A Year Without A Santa Clause!—
Fear and Regret (@GlamMCRIdiotFOB) December 10, 2012
What did your daddy do, when he sees your Mama kissin' Santa Clause?—
NatalieLouiseBell (@NatLouBell) December 10, 2012
He said, “Honey, at least spell a dude’s name correctly, if you are kissing him.”
“Santa Clause is Coming to Town,” by Bruce Springstein!
What if there really is a Santa Clause but everybody is just on the naughty list?—
tozz (@zeinasanaallah) December 10, 2012
Santa Clause's that work at a mall can make up to $500 an hour.—
Fact Book (@FactBoook) December 08, 2012
Oh, dear. When you’ve lost a book of facts …
And a Teachable Moment ™ for the copy editors at the White House:
Writes contract for sled rental company, inserts a Santa clause into last paragraph—
Shearling Monkey (@margafret) December 10, 2012
That is a Santa clause. You’re welcome.