Audio: Politically Correct Night Before Christmas

Here’s something fun.   The Great Roman alerted me to a podcast from Madison’s best radio host – she should be national – Vicki McKenna: the voice of reason in a city of chaos.

POLITICALLY CORRECT NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS

So, word reached me about the local podcast via Rome. Ho ho ho.

Enjoy!

UPDATE:

Also,

About Fr. John Zuhlsdorf

Fr. Z is the guy who runs this blog. o{]:¬)
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5 Responses to Audio: Politically Correct Night Before Christmas

  1. Malta says:

    LMAO! Vicki better be careful even insinuating Santa is a person of wide-girth on radio; that could be grounds for slander! I’m glad she didn’t mention that he likes milk and cookies, because the Dietary Board of the Food and Drug Administration might deem that as influencing kids off of the Michelle Obama initiative to eat only greens and fruits in school lunches.

  2. aquinasadmirer says:

    Starts about 90:15

  3. aquinasadmirer says:

    The time code is for the first link (above the update).

  4. SKAY says:

    Where we are today in the upside down indoctrinated SJW world we live in today. Very funny–at least to normal right side up people. ;-D

    Unfortunately the SJW crowd usually does not have a sense of humor.

    Thank you for sharing this Father Z.
    My grandchildren always left milk and cookies for the wide-girthed elderly gentleman and carrots
    for the reindeer. (There were carrot pieces outside on Christmas morning for them to see that the reindeer had eaten the carrots.) They also had a nativity set that we added to every year and each one took their turn in setting that up. They knew the special and true reason for the season.

  5. jflare29 says:

    Reminds me of the gender-neutral Nicene Creed we learned during my Confirmation retreat.
    FWIW, she’s not quite correct about the reindeer. I recall hearing of a scientific study many years ago now about cows…flatulence…contributing to global warming. While reindeer may not contribute as much, I expect they still have similar…irregularities…now and then.