Via Sadly No!
Mark Noonan explains why the War on Christmas is so vital:
Why should I be concerned with this? What business is it of mine, after all, what people and merchants choose to do over the holiday season? Well, I'm concerned with it because the war against Christmas isn't about whether or not we should say "Merry Christmas", nor is it really about whether or not we'll have a Nativity scene at city hall - no, the war against Christmas is the frontal assault against the content of Christmas and, in a larger sphere, the assault against the content of all transcendent things.
...The reason we Christians must reclaim Christmas and restore its Christian content is that by so doing we are striking a blow against all those forces who want to mold humanity into a shapeless morass of moral equivilancy. This Christmas seaon, if you are Christian, be sure to say "Merry Christmas" as often as possible - but also be as overtly religious about Christmas as you can. Talk about Christ and His Incarnation and what it means to you - in a gentle, loving spirit, get into the face of the secularists and don't let them forget that this our holiday, and they are participating in it because they love what we have, not because they have a right to use it any way they like. And don't be afraid of offending Jews, Moslems, Hindus, etc - people who genuinely follow these faiths cannot possibly be offended by overt manifestations of our faith. People who assert to be of some particular faith who claim to be offended by a Christian Christmas are, well, trying to put one over on you.
Gosh darn it, he is so right. When I said I was offended by you "getting into my face" and droning, unasked, with just a hint of spittle, about the True Meaning Of Christian Christmas, Chris Christianson, what I really meant was "if you keep talking like that, I fear that you will crush Our sinister plan to crush you and the rest of humanity into a shapeless morass of moral equivalency! Curses! Quickly, I must silence this brave yet simple Christian-type Christian, before he can speak of more...Christian...things."
just like when I said, "Happy Holidays!" I really meant, "bow before Our sinister plan to crush you and the rest of humanity into a shapeless morass of moral equivalency! Muhahahahahha!"
and, when that overworked cashier/waitperson/sales rep said, "Have a Nice Day!" with that toothy grin, what sie really meant was "Fuck you, asshole!"
oh wait, that's probably true, actually.