Apparently, when employers ask their employees to greet their customers (who may, after all, not all be of the Christian persuasion) with "Happy Holidays" instead of Merry Christmas, or the White House decorates a "Holiday Tree," as they have done for decades, instead of a Christmas tree, this is a gross affront to Christians and stifles their freedom of religion, bless their hearts.
Honestly, I've grown so used to the annual furor, I don't see how I could enjoy Christmas without it. The season would seem so drab without my neighbors going from house to house in an old-fashioned hay wagon drawn by two enormous Shire horses. They gather on my lawn amid the Christmas lights and complain in acappella harmony about the war on Christmas. When they are done, I serve them gingerbread boys and wassail and hot cinnamon buns to warm their hands before I send them on their way with a hearty "Happy Holidays."