Actually, let me just add one more word for clarification to that title, since I'm not necessarily against Christmas, but I'm against all the whiny, cry baby, so called Christians who believe that Christmas is under attack.
So perhaps my title should have been...
Urban Koda to Support War on Christmas Nutjobs
I was in the car with a colleague the other day, when a news story about "The War on Christmas" came on.
In a shocking twist of irony, the news story was on people taking offense to being wished a "Happy Holidays" at a particular store. I don't know about you, but I figure that encompasses pretty much everything about this season.
My colleague agreed with how terrible it was to be wished a Happy Holidays and then continued on (And here's the irony) that he couldn't see how wishing someone a Merry Christmas could be taken as an offense.
I'll agree that it shouldn't be. I had an Isreali wish me a Merry Christmas over the weekend, and I returned the greeting, to which he said Thanks! And then I realized that he likely wasn't Christian, and so I wished him a Happy Hannukah! And the dudes face just lit up!
Christmas, Hannukah, Yule, Soltice, Kwanza, or whatever other holiday you wish to celebrate this year... Isn't it really about a celebration of life?
Actually if you want to read something pretty cool, check out this sermon from a local Church. I'm thinking I need to pay these people a visit one Sunday too!