As we’ve all heard exhaustively that there’s a war on Christmas. This year, Kirk Cameron is leading the Christian charge against Satan’s evil forces who are attempting to destroy Jesus through eliminating…
Look, this is too stupid to even mock properly.
Former child actor and blight on humanity Kirk Cameron has a bright idea to win the War on Christmas, and ladies –you’re it. Cameron’s brilliant plan is simple: get in the f#$% kitchen!
“If you are a mom, if you are a wife, if you’re the keeper of your home, I want you to know that your joy is so important this Christmas,” Cameron said in a video uploaded to Facebook. “Christmas is about joy, and if the joy of the lord is your strength, remember — the joy of the mom is her children’s strength.”
“So don’t let anyone steal your joy,” Cameron continued. “If you let your joy get stolen, it will sap your strength.” Cameron urged women to do what he feels that they do best: keeping the home.
“Let your children, your family, see your joy this Christmas in the way that you decorate your home this Christmas. In the food that you cook, the songs you sing, the stories you tell, and the traditions that you keep.”
“Traditions” like cooking, taking care of the kids, and making sure the home is nice and spiffy for your husband-master.
Cameron then urged everyone to join him in seeing his new movie, “Saving Christmas,” which is sure to be a box office flop.
Recently, Cameron claimed that Halloween was a Christian holiday, and that people who wear masks mocking President Obama are actually celebrating Jesus’ victory over Satan.” Cameron’s extremist views are, of course, a hit in Right-Wing-Land, but the rest of us are tired of it.
Anti-woman views are popular in the “Christian” world. Pastor Stephen Anderson of Tempe, Arizona has gained some recognition for his Bible lessons explaining that women, as second-class people, should not so much as say “amen” in church because they have no right to declare something true or false. Women, according to Anderson, should wait until they get home to ask their husbands if they have any questions.
Cameron’s views are also shared by his idiot sister Candace, who starred as D.J. Tanner in Full House. In her book, Balancing It All: My Story of Juggling Priorities and Purpose, Cameron urged women to submit to their husbands so that their marriages will work. In fact, he said that her husband may make all the decisions, “even at the detriment of [her] family.”
As for men, Kirk Cameron urged men to do manly stuff like put up the Christmas lights, or help with the wimmin stuff — like the dishes. Oh, and take the family to see Saving Christmas.