Right-Wing American Family Association Misfires In The War On Christmas

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    Think Progress » Right-Wing American Family Association Misfires In The War On Christmas

    Now, besides the countless products with the word "Christmas" on them.

    And of course, this:

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oVMPWlWDvsI&feature=player_embedded]YouTube - Go Ho Ho - Gap 2009 Holiday Commercial[/ame]

    Gee, what was first? :eusa_whistle:
     
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    Many religious people have a need to feel persecuted.
     
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    Martyr Syndrome? :lol:
     
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    Very true. I think it helps them to believe or something.
     
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    So a christian religious group wants other christians that celebrate christmas as the birth of christ to not shop in those stores?

    Good for them I guess. Me personally if the gap has a gift I want to buy for someone on my agnostic christmas gathering I'll buy it there. Its a free country and companies can say or not say what they want and people can shop or not shop where they want for whatever reasons.

    I wont shop walmart for example, nothing to do with christmas just a personal choice based on the way they conduct business.


    Merry Christmas Everyone :).
     
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    Happy Yule.
     
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    You got me, but it is a fact.

    Perhaps it has something to do with past persecutions or something. However in the USA they give more persecutions than they get.
    This boycott of the Gap being an example.
     
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    Happy Hanukkah
     
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    IMHO - there is no such thing as an "agnostic Christmas."
    Christmas is a Christian holiday - why would non-Christians celebrate the birth of Christ?
    If you want a sectarian winter holiday, then go for it. But it ain't "CHRISTmas."
     
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    Nope my family, on both my mother's and father's side, has always celebrated christmas with presents, santa clause for the kiddies, and a family dinner gathering.

    We have NEVER gone to a church mass or celebrated christmas as the birth of christ. We celebrate christmas as a day to show our love and appreciation for our family members. Nothing religious about it at all.

    Our christmas is secular.
     

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