A UK organization called CommunicateResearch conducted a poll (which was subsequently released by Theos, a theology think tank) about the spirit of Christmas...well, I think that was the topic.
In any event, it seems "8 out of 10 people think that celebrating the birth of Christ is still an important part of Christmas."
[Spirit of Christmas is alive and well, new poll reveals
Source: Black UK News Online]
Perhaps I`m a stickler for detail but if I were conducting this poll there would only have been two questions:
1. Do you think celebrating the birth of Christ is an important part of Christmas? If no, proceed to Question #2
2. What the heck do you think Christmas should
celebrate? The Great Pumpkin?
Merry Christmas, my beloved VDARE.com readers!
(And by "Christmas"
I am referring to the holiday for which we celebrate the birth of Christ...handsome guy, God`s son, wanted to save us from our sins, ended up nailed to a tree. You know, Jesus
...it`ll come to you.)