Simply beautiful! Fox News’ Brit Hume scored once again with that hilarious Photoshop. It has been retweeted nearly 900 times and counting.

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  • CatHerder ✓fire! ✓fire!

    He Tannenbaum’d their fannies good this time!

  • therealguyfaux ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    Trust me, some jackleg shyster would find some non-Christian, and claim that it was violating their religious freedom with that “discriminatory” pricing. (For one-third of the judgment, of course.)

    • Mark81150 Never/Trump/Hillary

      The most dangerous thing in a democratic republic these days, is a lawyer out for a class action suit..

      Tort reform… is the only answer… everything from health insurance costs… to the price of a gallon of milk is affected by layers of lawyers having to defend against outrageous lawsuits.. all justified by people who dream of hitting the tort lottery someday.

      Saw a woman one day, walking funny, sliding her feet flat on the floor where new tiles were being laid.. asked my super visor if I should ask her what was wrong, he shook his head, nope.. she’s been doing that for three days, hoping to kick a tile loose and fall so she can sue us.. and there were always others.. one guy caught on security camera, dumping a bottle of milk on the floor, then laying down in it and started screaming he was hurt…

      Once lawyers discovered their gold mine, selling a jury lies.. the games been rigged to fail.

      so I’m kinda thinking Shakespeare was right..

      • therealguyfaux ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

        Nine times out of ten, though, cases are settled when, as in the instance of your store– unless you catch them in the act and prove the whole thing is a put-up-job– your liability insurer’s duty-to-defend lawyer sells you out by throwing those people hush money, on the theory that it will be too time-consuming and expensive for the case to come to trial. The fraudsters and their lawyers know that.

        • RufusChoate

          Not to gainsay anyone bu in the late 40’s fresh out of the US Army my Father drove the trolley in Philadelphia part time and once had a car loses its brakes, roll down a hill and hit his Trolley as he was turning to park it for the night at 12 midnight.

          It was a black neighborhood and the Philadelphia Bulletin newspaper dutifully reported the mishap in the morning edition. His Supervisor was jokingly furious with him the next time he saw him because if the count was correct there was over 200 people on the trolley and 6 in the car at 12 midnight and not one of them paid their fare. They lined up at the Pennsylvania Transit Company when the doors open complete with canes and neck braces. They usually made quick work of them by giving them a free pass or challenging the known frauds with the police.

          No Lawyers involved. We were a nation of cheap frauds even in the past.

    • H50 ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Nuisance settlements are an industry all in themselves.

      • therealguyfaux ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

        At one time, a long time ago, there used to be a thing called the common-law crime of barratry. Basically, it was the same lawyers suing the same defendants over and over, just with different plaintiffs, fraudulently suing for amounts that, taken individually, were cheaper to settle. It was a “death of a thousand cuts” strategy. Obviously defense attorneys, in order to keep their clients from being bled to death, would get to know the players, and would eventually get involved in having the obvious fraudulent cases prosecuted, with the lawyers being charged with barratry and the plaintiffs with extortion.

        Nowadays, with all the lawyers in State Legislatures, access-to-Court laws pretty much have wiped that one off the books.

  • Orwellian_Dilemma

    Vicious, right wing humor like this mustn’t be allowed. Re-education is the only acceptable outcome to this outrage.

    • BlahBlah

      Happy Holidays! <—- Re-education doubleplus successful!

  • John Thomas “Jack” Ward III

    If I sold Christmas Trees (anywhere), I’d post that…. Maybe make a little more “green” for Christmas shopping? Just sayin’…. Jawamax 8<{D}

  • Mark81150 Never/Trump/Hillary

    The saddest part?

    Some dim bulb progressive WOULD ask for the Holiday Tree.. being correct all the time is hard an stuff…

    • grais

      That’s not sad. It’s hilarious.

  • AmericanMom

    Liberals can go celebrate their merry winter-festival all by themselves.

  • BlahBlah

    Totally awesome.

  • H50 ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    I laughed, really hard.

  • Jim Denney

    Don’t forget Comrades, $10 per foot may seem like more money (even to a Common Core graduate), but that is before the JustUs Dept. applies their new “Holidaze” subsidy.

  • DwellsInFire

    Yeah, but how much for a Festivus Pole?

    • Riddle Me This….

      The tradition of Festivus begins with the airing of grievances. I got a
      lot of problems with you people! And now you’re gonna hear about it!

    • tops116 ✓Quipper

      $20, unless you can beat the dealer in “The Feats of Strength.”

  • tops116 ✓Quipper

    Oh fudge, that was hilarious. 😉

  • Bluto ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵈᴿᵘᴺᵏᵃᴿᵈ

    How many Holiday Trees can one buy with the $2,500 health insurance savings Obama promised?

  • G21

    Since liberty’s equality before the law naturally results in the claim that responsible people have a share in making the law, democratic methods tend to accompany liberty’s principles.