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76 Percent of America Thinks Christmas Should Be About Jesus

Mirna Wrote: Dec 10, 2012 12:39 PM
I'm not offended but rather vaguely amused and bored by your childish clinging to mythology and by your sincere belief that anyone who does not share your beliefs is really "offended" by those two words. So..... Merry Christmas to you too abewasarepub! :)
Rick676 Wrote: Dec 11, 2012 7:43 AM
Ahhhh, another atheist who thinks that belief in a higher power is mythology. How refreshing. I love your aloof, yet petulant patronizing tone and yet you show nothing of substance on which to base your pseudo-intellectualizing. Thanks for being an exemplary secular humanist and for demonstrating the very substance that assures me, and many others, that our belief is sound and on a firm foundation of truth.
Merry Christmas.

Rasmussen Reports is out with some data sure to make anti-Christmas heads spin. The vast majority of Americans believe Christmas should be focused on Jesus, not Santa.

Should Christmas be more about Jesus Christ or Santa Claus? It may seem hard to tell looking at the popular culture, but Americans overwhelmingly think the emphasis should be on Jesus.

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 76% of American Adults believe Christmas should be more about Jesus. Only 14% think it should be more about Santa, but another 10% are not sure.

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