So, another December 25th has came and went and despite the religious right and Fox News pundits bemoaning a phony "war on Christmas," the commercial holiday came to fruition as it has for generations.
Cameron told The Christian Post that, "I'm making 'Saving Christmas' because I love Christmas, I love everything about it." Everything but the facts, apparently.
Cameron says, "It's obvious that there is a deliberate attempt to snuff out the holy root that has produced all this wonderful Christmas-time fruit."
The glaring hypocrisy of those on the right, primarily conservative Christians, is they want Christ kept in Christmas during the Pagan winter holidays, but "abort Christ" from the policies and agendas they promote throughout the year.
If you want to know the reason for the season, you don't have to look back to Christ but past him.
"The war on Christmas is just the tip of the spear in a larger battle to marginalize expressions of faith and make America's true religious freedom just a thing of the past,"
“All I want for Christmas is to kill it,” seems to be the song conservatives think liberals sing each and every holiday season. Fox News has made a lucrative living pushing a nonexistent war on Christmas, seizing on every example of religious pluralism in this country – that is, the right of people to believe whatever they wish, including nothing at all – and making it seem anti-Christian.
It is that season again - and no, I am not talking about Christmas. I am talking about the War on Christmas, which is a far more important season to religious conservatives.