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December 19, 2010

Debunking the AFA's Naughty & Nice List: Hancock Fabrics

Another store on the American Family Association's "naughty" list of "Companies against 'Christmas' is Hancock Fabrics.

To recap so far:
Being on the "naughty" list means that the AFA considers them to be a company that "may use 'Christmas' sparingly in a single or unique product description, but as a company, does not recognize it."

Hm, let's see how anti-Christmas they really are...

Upon visiting their website, you are immediately met with these "Christmas Tradition" sales:

Here's the 'Christmas section' of their Seasonal & Holiday Cotton:

Note that their use of the term 'holiday' doesn't refer to the all-inclusive 'Happy Holidays' that the AFA hates so much... If you look at their list of subcategories under the 'Seasonal and Holiday' section it includes holidays like Halloween, Valentine's Day, Easter and St. Patrick's Day... There's no mention of Hanukkah or Kwanzaa or the terrifying Solstice that is "celebrated by Wiccans who practice witchcraft" according to the AFA.

Or check out this obviously anti-Christmas category of Christmas Home Accents:

A search for the term 'Christmas' on their site yielded 1050 results. Clearly this is a company that only uses the word 'sparingly' right?

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