Of late I've been hearing people keep trying to make Christmas more secular by wishing people "Happy Holidays" and making "Holiday Trees" and secular ornaments and all sorts of little token gestures to acknowledge that non-Christians exist somewhere out there.
People can have a Merry Christmas all they want. I think most people don't care, except for those who feel guilty about being Christians. I think what non-Christians are more thinking though about how disruptive Christmas is to them. If it wasn't for everyone else, there would be no stress this time of year, but instead everyone's running around like maniacs and shoving you around.
Does anybody else have thoughts on this?