You know how it goes--you're buying gifts, decorating the tree, drinking eggnog--and then somebody has to go and do it--bring up that whole "religious part" of Christmas. What a downer!
Yep, that's how Nancy Snyderman, NBC's chief medical editor, describes what she dislikes about Christmas. As a member of a recent panel on the Today Show, Snyderman stated that "I don't like the religion part" of Christmas. "I think that's what makes the holidays so stressful." Snyderman would prefer to concentrate on the "green trees."
That pretty much sums up how media such as NBC have attempted to change the culture of the United States. That's the fight we have to continue to wage against an entertainment and news establishment who represent the anti-religious minority in this Country. Even though Obama doesn't want to admit it, the U.S. is a Christian Nation. The majority of people identify themselves as being Christians and the Nation was founded on Christian principles. Snyderman just doesn't want to be bothered with those pesky little facts.
A couple of years ago at my place of employment, a great deal was made of employees putting Christmas decorations on their office doors. Some of the liberal employees felt they were having Christmas "shoved down their throats." Apparently, allowing people who celebrate Christmas the freedom to express this activity didn't fit into the liberal mantra for "inclusiveness." The liberals were told that they also could put items on their doors to indicate their feelings about Christmas (or whatever holiday they might be celebrating). The information they posted made them look like heartless, insipid fools. (NOTE: Everyone of the liberals took advantage of the day off for Christmas.)