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Did Radio Shack Censor Christmas?

By Todd Starnes

The following is a transcript of Todd’s morning commentary – heard on hundreds of radio stations around the nation.

From New York, I’m Todd Starnes with this Fox News and Commentary next.

Radio Shack is on the naughty list.radio

The American Family Association is calling for a one month boycott of the electronics store – accusing them of censoring the word Christmas.

“Until Radio Shack proves it recognizes Christmas by using it in their newspaper, radio, television advertising and in-store signage, I will boycott its stores this Christmas,”  reads a boycott petition posted by the AFA.

The AFA runs the annual Christmas Naughty and Nice List - exposing retailers who take the Christ out of Christmas.

Also on the naughty list – Pet Smart, Barnes and Noble and Victoria’s Secret (which should also probably be on the really naughty list).

The American Family Association takes issue with stores that want your Christmas cash but won’t acknowledge the reason for the season.

Radio Shack won’t comment but the AFA says if you check out the store’s website you’ll see plenty of holiday this and holiday that but no Christmas.

And instead of traditional Christmas colors like red and green, Radio Shack is celebrating the season decked out in mustard yellow and salmon.

It’s not a good look for them.

Todd Starnes is host of Fox News & Commentary, heard on hundreds of radio stations. Sign up for his American Dispatch newsletter, be sure to join his Facebook page, and follow him onTwitter. His latest book is Dispatches From Bitter America.