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Cadbury drops the word 'Easter' from its eggs

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Today on "The Glenn Beck Radio Program," Glenn Beck addressed the latest holiday controversy with Cadbury, apparently, dropping the word "Easter" from their chocolate eggs. Stu Burguiere was unsure whether the word was ever included, causing Glenn to wonder, "Why would they make a big deal out of it if it wasn't there?"

"I mean, I had a hard time tying that with Jesus," Glenn went on to say regarding the connection of the central figure in Christianity to candy eggs. "And how did the chick leave eggs that are chocolate that we eat? I'm disturbed by the whole thing."

"My understanding is that Cadbury eggs are not directly mentioned in the Bible," Stu clarified. "Now they're referenced, but it doesn't actually say 'Cadbury,' so it could be any, really any brand of chocolate eggs."

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