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No Christmas in Obama’s White House Holiday Card- See past Christmas Cards

The official White House holiday card makes no mention of the word ‘Christmas’ and instead focused on Bo the First Dog based on the wishes of the First Family.

“From our family to yours, may your holidays shine with the light of the season,” read the inside of the card, featuring the presidential seal.

Read more: http://radio.foxnews.com/toddstarnes/top-stories/no-christmas-in-w

hite-house-holiday-card.html

Past White House cards:

From the Bush Family:

From The Bush Family:

From The Obama Family:

From the Obama Family:

From the Clinton’s:

1963 Christmas Card from the Kennedy White House

1932 Hoover Christmas Card

The Official White House Christmas Card—2007

Fun Fact: 1. Did you know that Christmas cards are an English innovation? The first Christmas card was commissioned by Henry Cole (civil servant with a great interest in art and design) in 1843. It was only printed in 1000 copies and very few are known to remain in existence today. They are very valuable today and one example was sold in December 2005 for £8,500 ($12,500).

 

See also: White House Christmas Tree pays homage to Obama- but not Jesus

https://thestoryoflibertyblog.com/2011/12/20/u-s-capitol-christmas-tree-pays-homage-to-obama-but-not-jesus/

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3 Comments on “No Christmas in Obama’s White House Holiday Card- See past Christmas Cards”

  1. eiresicilia December 21, 2011 at 11:20 pm #

    Don’t be so “grinchy” may the light of the holiday shine in your heart. http://www.newstimes.com/politics/slideshow/A-very-White-House-Christmas-103.php#photo-1842610

  2. Shawn L. Bushway December 22, 2011 at 12:25 am #

    I don’t see this as an issue – it’s a neutral card that shouldn’t really offend anyone or appease anyone. It’s a beautiful card that shows a contented member of the family and wishes the same for everyone. If you have issues with this card then you’re really digging deep.

  3. J.F. The Story of Liberty December 22, 2011 at 4:56 am #

    For me, removing Christ from Christmas is a pretty big issue/

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