A certain wing-nut blog in the Delawareblogosphere that shall remain nameless and unlinked to, persistently posts wing-nut urban legends like this one:
"My mother is a kindergarten teacher. Her class is drawn from a comparatively lower-income neighborhood. After Thanksgiving, she put out the Christmas books (i.e., Night Before Christmas, plus various other "Happy Holidays"-type stuff for diversity's sake). Yesterday, child comes up to her. "Teacher, there's a bad word in the new books." Puzzled, Mom goes to check them out. The bad word he points to? It's Santa Claus, saying "Ho, ho, ho."
They think this is real. No serioiusly, they do. Wing-nut urban legends like this always kick start rounds of Republican faux weeping for the state of humanity. Their unquenchable thirst for BS probably explains why they believe in other fantasies like; "They will greet us as liberators", "the economy is improving", "Mission Accomplished" and "We don't torture."
As far as that last one is concerned, that is true. We don't torture. My wife's-cousin's-uncle works in the State Department and he heard it from a buddy.