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Introduce them to big brother early

FAA telling kids that Santa got special permission from them for his flight.

5 Responses to “Introduce them to big brother early”

  1. John Smith. Says:

    I have never really been a big fan of lying to children in the first place. How can you expect them to not lie if you teach them with lies???

  2. JKB Says:

    Santa don’t need no stinking government approval. And any bureaucrat that gets in his way means the coal industry will have a good year supplying lumps for their stockings.

    But I guess Santa is bigger than to worry about some minor officials trying to use his celebrity to promote their petty concerns. Maybe he’ll Facebook a statement refuting these fools.

  3. Mr Evilwrench Says:

    Heh, my kid’s been the prototype of a pathological liar. He’s been that way since he was little. I think I’ve finally gotten through to him that, as much practice as he gets, he’s not getting any better. It’s true, really. Of course, I don’t want to tell him that he’s not getting anything over on me because I’m orders of magnitude better than he is. It’s just a good thing I’m one of the good guys.

  4. Mike M. Says:

    Sad. Just plain sad. NORAD has a sense of humor…the FAA has always been a PITA with delusions of godhood. Ask any pilot.

  5. Some Guy Says:

    I remember they used to put some Air Force guy on tv at 8:00 to tell kids they were using the radar for the Russkies to track Santa over the North Pole, and all good kids should go to bed. They had the cheesiest fake radar screen with a sleigh silhouette.

    Guess times have changed, that’s probably “culturally insensitive” now. Instead, we get pint-sized bureaucrats with government paperwork.