Let me start this with a disclaimer *I am a non-practicing Catholic* America has become a country obsessed with political correctness, "tolerance" (theres a reason I put quotations around that, I'll get into it later) and the complete and utter acceptance, or appearance of acceptance of all beliefs. You see it every day in the media..case in point: "African-American" (which is a misnomer because not all blacks are African) "resistance fighters" (mujahadeen baathist terrorists)..but where you see it the most is with regards to religion. The media, and especially Hollywood has made every attempt to push Christianity under the rug. Nativity scenes are deemed offensive, department store workers have to worry about being fired for saying Merry Christmas, cheap shots taken by Hollywood producers in movies, actors speaking out against Christianity, you can't pray before a game if you're a high school football player. the 10 commandments removed from public view...the list goes on and on. Yet at the same time, menorahs are fine to display, schools cannot force children to remove religious headwear (but crosses around the neck have been banned at some schools), you can say Happy Kwanzaa to anyone, and Scientologists can sue you for speaking out against their religion. I sense a double standard. How can you honestly jusify the all out attack of one religion, but then promote tolerance, and acceptance of all religions? It is completely hypocritical. Any sort of Christian display is removed in a public setting. The separation of church and state issue has been pused to incredible extremes. Children are being suspended for reciting a prayer in class (alone) but a child who practices Islam is given a special place to pray in school (in order to fulfill the five separate times of prayer dictated by the Koran). My gripe is this, nannyism and Political Correctness has degenerated into double standards of behavior. It's not right.