Happy Holidays! Kids write Santa this year for basic needs instead of toys

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Kids write Santa this year for basic needs instead of toys

Santa Claus and his elves are seeing more heartbreaking letters this year as children cite their parents’ economic troubles in their wish lists.

U.S. Postal Service workers who handle letters addressed to Santa at the North Pole say more letters ask for basics — coats, socks and shoes — rather than Barbie dolls, video games and computers.

At New York City’s main post office, Head Elf Pete Fontana and 22 staff elves will sort 2 million letters in Operation Santa, which connects needy children with “Secret Santas” who answer their wishes.

Fontana, a customer relations coordinator for the Postal Service, has been head elf for 15 years.

“The need is greater this year than I’ve ever seen it,” he says. “One little girl didn’t want anything for herself. She wanted a winter coat for her mother.”

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But, Bankster bonuses are bigger than ever!

Happy Holidays…

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3 Responses to “Happy Holidays! Kids write Santa this year for basic needs instead of toys”
  1. pam28971 says:

    Terrible when our children are brought to this level.These bankers don’t care what our next generation is going through.Chaching all they see are dollar signs.Poor little ones to be puy through this and have there faith and trust in thier parents brought to new lows all over money.Hopefully these children will never do business with a bank.

  2. As Americans, we should feel ashamed that the American Dream boils down to just a magnificent ponzi scheme off the backs of its debt slaves who loved and believed in the principles of our founding.

    Selling the “American dream” was the cruelest and most treasonous part of the scam.

    We can only hope there will be room in Hell for all of the guilty parties. Yet, there will be very few criminal prosecutions due to the depth of the aiding and abetting of the treasonous fraud by friends in high places.

    Merry Christmas?

  3. Basic needs for Christmas. This must be Obama’s Hope & Change?

    In a couple years I’ll predict a foreclosure. It’ll be at a large white house in Washington, D.C.. The man evicted lied to to the American public — worse than lied; ran over their dreams and strength and endless optimism — to ensure business as usual for him and his buddies.

    I don’t know who will be moving in, but I do know who will be moving out.

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