To most of us normal folks, President Obama is decent and likable. His wife, Michelle, even more. Rarely do we get a chance to see how sweet and nice they are together. The contrast between this typical American family and the gutter attacks on them about a fictitious "war on Christmas" and all the vile lies that are thrown at them daily, with the pretend religiosity of the FOX guttersnipes compounding the cruelty, is stark. There is, I believe, a special place in HELL reserved for those who are not decent souls. The evangelicals know all about it, and they know (you know who you are) where they're headed; it's not the UP escalator. For the mostly non-believers, starting with that foreigner Rupert Murdoch and his henchman Roger Ailes, it's called Bad Karma. It'll be coming around for them, for each and every cruel lie the've uttered in their miserable lives against innocent people.
While the wingnuts seized upon the President's "laziness" comment out of context to bash him once again, his most revealing moment I felt was what he said next: "The thing that I most dislike is cruelty in people." These are human beings. If FOX and its family of liars don't think the ugly things they say about the President and his family don't sting, think again. FOX and "Friends" — you've got your passports stamped to HELL. And your Bad Karma is so trenchant that even your families won't be spared that lump of coal in your stockings. Merry Christmas.