With the Affordable Christmas Act (ACA) if you like your current Christmas list you can keep it. Period.
Due to generous subsidies the average family will save $2,500.00 a year on their Christmas shopping thanks to the Affordable Christmas Act.
Many Americans will be able to replace their current junky Christmas list with a much better list on the Christmas List exchange web site.
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I hope to spend more at small businesses and less at corporate stores.
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More we have a new grandson to buy for
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I haven't done my Christmas shopping yet but I am done.
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JR: Go a little slower next time. You already have 6 "disagrees".
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Six Grinches no doubt, Sven. I'm sure I'm on Santa-bama's naughty list anyway.
I just thought the natural progression of our beloved Commander in Chief would be to take over Christmas just like he did our health care.
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JR: The NSA knows what brand soap you use as well as your high school girlfriend's middle name.
But, not to worry, they don't track anything on this website.
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Google knows a whole lot more about you than the NSA.
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Can you imagine listening in on anyone's cell phone conversation for more than five seconds?
"Myra, did you get blue cheese dressing or ranch? I want blue cheese you always get ranch."
"Harold, I told you to let the cats out of the basement before supper. You never listen to me."
I should think the NSA system would implode out of colossal boredom.
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